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a bundle of nerve fibers passing from one side to the other of the brain or spinal cord

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Mapping of segmented structures: Once the image registration process was completed, nine already segmented mid-brain structures of reference image ie left ventricle, right ventricle, 3rd ventricle, left putamen, right putamen, left caudate nucleus, right caudate nucleus, anterior commissure and posterior commissure were mapped (Ali and Khan, 2011) from the reference image to target images by applying the final transformation achieved, as a result of registration process.
3 were over the vestibular band near the anterior Commissure.
In early glottic cancers, anterior commissure involvement was demonstrated in 37.
7% arterial injury (13-14) 1-3% (2) Penetrating 15-25% arterial injury, 2-7% (3-4;10) 51% venous injury (4,12) Pharyngoesophageal Blunt less common than in laryngotracheal trauma (11) Penetrating 1-6% (3-4;10) Finding Management implication Bilateral RLN paralysis Protective tracheostomy Anterior commissure disruption Primary surgical repair and laryngeal stent Stable laryngeal cartilage fracture or buckle injury ORIF and plating Comminuted, displaced (unstable) skeletal fracture(s) ORIF and laryngeal stent Cricoarytenoid dislocation, subluxation Closed reduction Epiglottis avulsion Operative repair
the 0[degrees] template (the orbitomeatal line is approximately 9[degrees] steeper than the Talairach anterior commissure [AC]-posterior commissure [PC] line [23]).
19] In a subsequent study, [21] the same research team assessed a sample of patients with intractable OCD and found increased glucose metabolism in several brain regions: left cingulate gyrus, gray matter in the superior frontal gyrus, gray and white matter in the middle frontal gyrus, white matter in the inferior frontal gyrus, white matter outside the putamen, white matter in the anterior commissure of the limbic lobe, parahippocampal gyrus, dorsomedial nucleus of the thalamus, and amygdale.
Anterior commissure involvement was also noted with an ill-defined thyroid cartilage, suspicious for invasion of the inner cortex.
Other interhemispheric connections include the anterior commissure which is about 50,000 fibers, as well as the posterior commissure and the hippocampal commissure, both of which are smaller even than the anterior commissure [7,8].
In terms of survival rates, T1 tumors involving anterior commissure demonstrate control rates of 93% as compared to 60% in T2.
Anterior commissure laryngoplasty for adjustment of vocal fold tension.
The optimal view of the larynx that could be achieved with each blade was scored according to the Cormack and Lehane (CL) classification, and the percentage of glottic opening (POGO) score (0 to 100%, 100 = full view of glottis from anterior commissure to the interarytenoid notch, 0=even interarytenoid notch is not seen).
By far the largest and most important fibre tract to be cut was the corpus callosum, but in early operations other tracts were also sectioned, including the anterior commissure and the hippocampal commissure.
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