cingulate gyrus

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Synonyms for cingulate gyrus

a long curved structure on the medial surface of the cerebral hemispheres

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Typically, the signature profile of aging is reduced flow in the superior frontal region, and the profile for Alzheimer's is reduced flow in the posterior cingulate and cingulate gyrus.
Matthew Apps and Narender Ramnani, from Royal Holloway, University of London, said: "The great complexity of human social interactions and the huge variation in what we find rewarding compared with other primates prompts questions about whether the anterior cingulate gyrus operates similarly in the human brain.
After neurofeedback, the activity in her cingulate gyrus reduced to 1.
2011), our hypothesis was that we would see increased rCBF in the prefrontal cortex, anterior cingulate gyrus, temporal lobes, parietal lobes, occipital lobes and cerebellum.
Those who were obese had even more extensive loss in the frontal and temporal lobes, which are critical for planning and memory; in the anterior cingulate gyrus, which affects attention; the hippocampus, which controls long-term memory and the basal ganglia.
In addition, whenever there is hypogenesis or agenesis, there is failure of inversion of the cingulate gyrus.
Anatomical variability of the anterior cingulate gyrus and basic dimensions of human personality.
Dr Peter Naish of the Open University said brain scans had proved that a part of the brain known as the anterior cingulate gyrus which monitors what a person is doing, can become 'disconnected' during hypnosis.
However, the researchers found that only in Mr Gamm's brain was there activity in three regions thought to be involved solely in longterm memory; the right medial frontal cortex; the right parahippocampal gyri and the right upper anterior cingulate gyrus.
Extroverts exhibit more activity in the anterior cingulate gyrus, temporal lobes, and posterior thalamus.
Among the alcoholic subjects, mCPP significantly increased brain glucose metabolism in larger areas of the cerebellum and posterior cingulate gyrus than it did in the nonalcoholics.
Depressed individuals who benefit from antidepressant drugs show elevated activity at the front of the cingulate gyrus, a small structure in the brain's outer layer, or cortex, contends Helen S.
These structures are interconnected by the isthmus of the cingulate gyrus (Fig 1).
She explains that obesity can cause altered activity in a part of the brain C the posterior cingulate gyrus C that's associated with Alzheimer's disease.
The posterior cingulate gyrus and putamen were relatively spared, and the cerebellum was negative.