Which parts of the brain coordinate movement and orientation in space?

The cerebellum is responsible for the performance of the functions of orientation in space and coordination of movements – the main load falls on this part of the brain, however, along with it, the fulfillment of such tasks lies on the midbrain (quadruple). Therefore, if the cerebellum is damaged, a person does not completely lose orientation in space. Yes, he will not be able to perform precise movements, but he will be able to walk and take care of himself.

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