corticospinal tract

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Synonyms for corticospinal tract

any of the important motor nerves on each side of the central nervous system that run from the sensorimotor areas of the cortex through the brainstem to motor neurons of the cranial nerve nuclei and the ventral root of the spinal cord

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Two studies reported declined FA in the corticospinal tract[21] and increased MD in the corpus callosum,[22] respectively, with insignificant changes in the cortical GM.
One hypothesis posits that mirror movements occur because of abnormally uncrossed corticospinal fibers originating in primary motor cortices (M1) (23).
Testing of the muscle strength of individual muscles such as the deltoid, neck flexors or trapezius with the Oxford grading scale was conducted taking into account the combined nerve innervations of the respiratory muscles and the deltoid, neck flexors and trapezius muscles via the corticospinal pathway and the possibility of interneuron activation (C1 - C6).
They promoted regeneration after spinal-cord injury in adult rats, including corticospinal axons, which are extremely important in human voluntary motor function.
The dependence of spinal cord development on corticospinal input and its significance in understanding and treating spastic cerebral palsy.
"They promoted regeneration after spinal cord injury in adult rats, including corticospinal axons, which are extremely important in human voluntary motor function.
Unlike previous reports, our case had corticospinal and tegmental tract involvement besides cerebellar atrophy, which could be attributed to the possible progressive course of the disease attributive to the advanced age of our patient.
Axon diameter and intra-axonal volume fraction of the corticospinal tract in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus measured by Q-Space imaging.
MRI also showed hyperintensity of the globus pallidus, thalamus, dorsal aspect of the brain stem, corticospinal tract, and cerebellum.
* Host corticospinal axons regenerate into the NSI-566 graft;
NSI-566 was observed to extend hundreds of thousands of axons long distances from the graft site which appear to form synaptic connections with host neurons, including motor neuron populations; Host corticospinal axons regenerate into the NSI-566 graft; Grafting of NSI-566 led to a measurable improvement in forelimb function in injured animals.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by upper motor neuron, corticospinal tract, and lower motor neuron involvement.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and its motorevoked potential (MEP) have been widely used to study corticospinal excitability and connectivity noninvasively [1].
Although transcranial magnetic stimulation studies suggest that corticospinal motor pathways are fully developed in early adolescence [31, 32], there is other evidence suggesting further development of the motor cortex and its associated cortical oscillations well into the adolescent period.
Fiber tractography using diffusion tensor imaging revealed no serious damage to the corticospinal tracts on either side (Figure 1(b)).