fasciculus


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Related to fasciculus: Arcuate fasciculus, Fasciculus cuneatus, fasciculus gracilis, fasciculus retroflexus, medial longitudinal fasciculus, uncinate fasciculus
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In ACS, sensation to light touch is intact since the blood supply to fasciculus gracilis and cuneatus is from the posterior spinal artery.
In addition, "two cortical regions connected via the arcuate fasciculus exhibited increased thickness: the right middle temporal and precentral gyri," they noted.
Midbrain fascicular third cranial nerve palsies Syndrome Signs/characteristics Location of lesion Benedikt Ipsilateral CN III palsy Red nucleus Contralateral extrapyramidal signs Hemitremor/involuntary movements Nothnagel Ipsilateral CN III palsy Fasciculus Superior Cerebellar ataxia cerebellar peduncle Claude Combination of Benedikt and Nothnagel syndromes Weber Ipsilateral CN III palsy Cerebral peduncle Contralateral hemiparesis
Abbreviations: AF = arcuate fasciculus, CANS = central auditory nervous system, CAPD = central auditory processing disorder, DTI = diffusion tensor imaging, fMRI = functional magnetic resonance imaging, OIF/OEF/OND = Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation New Dawn, PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, RR&D = Rehabilitation Research and Development, STRF = spectrotemporal receptive field, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
Further down, they were confined to distinct spots on each fasciculus, and several of the same kind, but smaller, occupied the pons variolii.
It was later published by Edward Vivian (MacEnery & Vivian 1859) in an edited form (effectively a version of Fasciculus A) with a series of plates of faunal specimens and Palaeolithic stone artefacts that MacEnery had prepared before his death (MacEnery & Vivian 1859; Pengelly 1869; Kennard 1945).
Fasciculus morum: A Fourteenth-Century Preacher's Handbook (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989); Stephen R.
Among their topics are English alchemist Arthur Dee, author of Fasciculus Chemicus and son of Dr.
Marius authored a number of poems, including a short epic, Christi Fasciculus (1515).
From Wernicke's area, these thoughts are sent to Broca's area via the arcuate fasciculus.
and colleagues used DTI to examine the arcuate fasciculus, a bundle of fibers connecting the Broca's area in the left frontal lobe and the Wernicke's area in the left temporal lobe of the brain.
Fasciculus florum: or, A nosegay of flowers (1636) by Lerimos Uthalmus is another multiauthor collection of the period, which differed from Wright's in its attempt to broaden the potential audience for such collections of Latin epigrams by providing a translation for every epigram.
This region came to be known as Wernicke's area, connected to Broca's area by a neural pathway called the arcuate fasciculus.
In addition, Bambach refutes the often claimed relation of the man's pose in Leonardo's drawing to a woodcut illustration in the 1493 94 Italian edition of Johannes de Ketham's Fasciculus medicinae.
Elegies on the death of Sir Oratio Pallavicino (1600); A Crowne-Garland of Goulden Roses (1612); Mausoleum or, the choisest flowres of the epitaphs, on the death of prince Henrie (1613); Garland of Good Will (1628); and Fasciculus florum: or, a nosegay of flowers, tr.