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ronald-dumsfeld  I actually think D is pointing at the Flocculonodular lobe. See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flocculus_(cerebellar)#/media/File:Human_brain_midsagittal_view_description.JPG So a lesion at D would present with Nystagmus +3  
urachus  flocculonodular is medial (central). but yes it'll have nystagmus and truncal ataxia +  
faus305  Lesions of the lateral regions (cerebellar hemisphere) of the cerebellum affect the lateral body (dysmetria, fall toward injured side). Lesions of the medial region (vermis, floculonodular lobe) cause medial (truncal) ataxia. Oversimplified but these rules help me answer most questions about the cerebellum. +