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Tissue Selection for Processing to Paraffin Blocks Brain (frontal and occipital cortex, lateral corpus callosum with caudate nucleus, Ammon horn or hippocampus with adjoining temporal lobe cortex and paraventricular tissue, pons with acqueduct, midbrain medulla and cerebellar cortex with dentate nucleus).
GPC enhances communication between nerves in the cerebellar cortex, a brain region responsible for coordination and movement control through its effect on receptors for nerve growth factor.
The percentage of NSE positive cells showed an increasing trend from 20 weeks onwards in the internal granular layer of the cerebellar cortex and was found to be maximum at 37 weeks.
Chronic alcohol consumption reduces the cortical layer volumes and the number of neurons of the rat cerebellar cortex.
The sections include (1) middle frontal gyrus; (2) superior and middle temporal gyri; (3) inferior parietal lobule; (4) occipital cortex; (5) anterior cingulate gyrus; (6) amygdala; (7) hippocampus with dentate gyrus and entorhinal cortex; (8) basal ganglia at the level of the anterior commissure with caudate, putamen, globus pallidus, and the nucleus basalis of Meynert; (9) thalamus with subthalamic nucleus; (10) cerebellar cortex and dentate nucleus; (11) midbrain with substantia nigra; (12) pons with locus coeruleus; (13) and medulla with dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus and hypoglossal nucleus.
Colocalization of lesions, virus, and brain inflammation in 2 children in a study of EEE, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 1970-2010 * Patient, anatomical Inflammation EEE virus MRI showing location ([dagger]) ([dagger]) lesion(s) ([double dagger]) Patient 10 Frontal cortex +++ +++ +++ Parietal cortex ++ ++ ++ Temporal cortex ++ +++ ++ Occipital cortex + - - Thalamus +++ +++ ++ Basal ganglia ++ +++ +++ Cerebellar cortex + + - Patient 12 Frontal cortex ++ ++ ++ Parietal cortex + + - Temporal cortex ++ ++ - Occipital cortex + ++ - Thalamus ++ ++ +++ Basal ganglia ++ ++ +++ Cerebellar cortex + ++ - Parameter comparison Correlation coefficient ([section]) Inflammation vs.
The density of nerve cells and of silver-gold impregnated fibres were evaluated in the hippocampus and in the cerebellar cortex in adult (12-month-old) and old (24-month-old) Sprague-Dawley rats.
In the disease, there is focal indolent growth of the cerebellar cortex in which there is folial enlargement because of a plethora of dysplastic cortical neurons and a thickening of the molecular layer (Figure 2).
The effects of early hypo- and hyperthyroidism on the development of the rat cerebellar cortex.
There were no histologic changes in the hippocampus, cerebral cortex, or cerebellar cortex typical of hypoxic or ischemic events.
Although the number of Purkinje cells was unchanged following the complex motor training, the increased volume of the paramedian lobule of the cerebellar cortex and the increased number of parallel fiber synapses per Purkinje cell were sufficient anatomical changes to result in improved motor skills.
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