cerebral hemisphere


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As an example of the effect of glial cell dynamics, there was only a 9% reduction in the weight of the right cerebral hemisphere after neonatal hypoxia-ischemia, compared to uninjured control animals, in a study investigating the neuroprotective potential of magnesium sulfate versus sodium chloride (Table 1, Galvin and Oorschot, 1998).
This study, CL1-Ganzfeld, was designed with this aim in mind--to examine if a relationship between cerebral hemisphere dominance and ESP performance exists.
This groove rounds into a tube that subsequently divides into a paired set of cerebral hemispheres and an unpaired brainstem.
This theory's basic argument rests on the belief that certain anatomical structures, responsible for the reception and production of language/ speech, are located in left cerebral hemisphere, and that this mutual structural/functional association, to some degree, is present at birth (Molfese, 1976).
The first, in the periphery of the right cerebral hemisphere (Fig 2), was T1 hypointense and T2, PD, and FLAIR hyperintense relative to the adjacent brainstem parenchyma.
With this system, the segments can be measured (representing the CC thickness at several locations) and used as seeds for fibre tracking separately in each cerebral hemisphere (Fig.
The right cerebral hemisphere may be more susceptible to paradoxical embolization due to anatomy.
A cerebral radionuclide study was then performed which demonstrated intracranial blood flow to the right cerebral hemisphere.
What is new about this study is that working in this way ensures that the information is focused on one cerebral hemisphere or the other, said J.
Computed tomographic scan of the brain showed multiple foci of cortical and white matter infarction in the right cerebral hemisphere.
In the first testing session, subjects completed the Cognitive Laterality Battery (CLB)--the cerebral hemisphere dominance measure--and in the second session they participated in the ganzfeld procedure.
A problem frequently experienced by people with right cerebral hemisphere lesions is that of difficulty "finding the way around.
and four other deafpeople with stroke-induced damage to a cerebral hemisphere have provided neuropsychologists Howard Poizner and Ursula Bellugi and linguist Edward S.
Most of the linguistic functions in humans are controlled by the left cerebral hemisphere.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain (Figure 1) showed mild volume loss in the right cerebral hemisphere with linear areas of abnormal signal in the subcortical and periventricular areas on T2 images.