O' blood type is associated with larger grey-matter volumes in the cerebellum
is being activated in drawing because its role in motor control is to make error corrections," argued Charles Muncal on Facebook.
, traditionally viewed as the brain's practice-makes-perfect, movement-control center, hasn't been previously recognized as critical to creativity.
However, recent reports have shown that injuries to posterior structures, the cerebellum
in particular, may have a role in language processing.
Professor Bridget Lumb, Professor of Systems Neuroscience, said that their work introduces the novel concept that the cerebellum
is a promising target for therapeutic strategies to manage dysregulation of emotional states such as panic disorders and phobias.
We also argue that a smaller cerebellum
may be an indicator of mental health issues later on," researcher Dr Nicholas Walsh, lecturer in developmental psychology at the University of East Anglia, (http://medicalxpress.
4, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute announced today study findings showing, for the first time, the link between the brain's cerebellum
and proprioception, or the body's ability to sense movement and joint and limb position.
Normally the cerebellum
and parts of the brain stem sit in an indented space at the lower rear of the skull, above the foramen magnum (a funnel-like opening to the spinal canal).
Hypothalamus, cerebral cortex, corpus striatum and cerebellum
were taken out carefully.
from terms of embryonic formation and genesis has metencephalon origin.
For this new edition he has included tables to facilitate the differential diagnosis of ataxias of the cerebellum
and added material on cerebellar disorders occurring in children.
The study was performed on 15 human fetuses with gestational age (GA) ranging from 14 to 40 weeks to observe the histogenesis of different cortical layers during the development of cerebellum
and correlate the histogenesis of different cortical layers with diffusion tensor imaging.
The present study aimed at investigating the role of alpha-lipoic acid against space radiation-induced oxidative stress and antioxidant status in cerebellum
and its correlation with cognitive dysfunction.
For comparative purposes, we examined the isolated mitochondria from cerebellum
of the same animals since cerebellum
is relatively spared in 3NP-induced toxicity.
Histopathologic examination of sections from the cortex, hippocampus, thalamus, hypothalamus, midbrain, pons, medulla, and cerebellum
showed polioencephalitis affecting predominantly the diencephalon and brainstem and involving varying degrees of neuronopathy, neuronal loss, astrocytosis, parenchymal and perivascular lymphocytic infiltration with CD45 immunopositivity, sparse macrophage activation, and axonal spheroid formation.