Movement Collapse

Movement is controlled by several cortical areas (primary, premotor, supplementary) and subcortical structures
(for example, cerebellum, basal ganglia, substantia nigra).
Select one of the cortical areas and one of the subcortical structures. Then describe them in your post, including:
details on the anatomical location (be exact, use anatomical terms; if necessary use the 3D Atlas from previous
details on the main functions carried out by the areas you selected
possible symptoms of damage to those areas (If the book does not provide enough details, refer to the 3D Atlas
or use your judgment in determining what symptoms to expect, given what is known about the area’s main

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