postcentral gyrus


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the convolution of parietal lobe that is bounded in front by the central sulcus

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A voxel-wise ANCOVA revealed that the intergroup differences in ReHo were mainly located in the bilateral postcentral gyrus and thalamus, the left precuneus and putamen, and the right caudate, inferior temporal gyrus and inferior occipital gyrus (FDR corrected, P < 0.
The significant regions are the postcentral gyrus, precentral gyrus, insula, inferior parietal lobule, transverse temporal gyrus, superior temporal gyrus, and inferior semilunar lobule in the grey matter and the postcentral gyrus, inferior parietal lobule, precentral gyrus, subgyrus, middle temporal gyrus, lingual gyrus, cuneus, and middle occipital gyrus in the white matter (Figure 6).
Major Finding: The area of the postcentral gyrus representing the face was about 0.
34) In a study of cerebral blood flow in 20 geriatric patients with delusional disorder, somatic type who were experiencing somatic hallucinations, positron emission testing scan demonstrated increased perfusion in somatic sensory processing regions, particularly the left postcentral gyrus and the right paracentral lobule.
In contrast, SN elicited a larger activation than tennis in the left and right premotor cortex, left supplementary motor area (SMA) and the right postcentral gyrus (Fig.
Listening: Areas of activation were observed bilaterally in the superior parietal lobule (BA 7), the superior and middle temporal gyrus (BA22), the insula (BA13) and the postcentral gyrus (BA7) of the left hemisphere, in the superior temporal gyrus (BA42) of the right hemisphere.
In the latter function, it has a somatotopic representation of the fetus equivalent to the adult postcentral gyrus representation of the adult form.
The postcentral gyrus, an area dedicated to perception, changes most.
Significant volume losses in the inferior parietal lobule and, in some patients, the postcentral gyrus, account for most of the parietal deficits.