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Synonyms for medulla

a white fatty substance that forms a medullary sheath around the axis cylinder of some nerve fibers

lower or hindmost part of the brain

the inner part of an organ or structure in plant or animal

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Medulla spinaliste lezyon nedeni ile inhibitor impulslar kesintiye ugrar ve ter bezleri surekli uyarilir (9,10).
Grossly, the neoplasm is an ill-defined lesion, primarily occupying the renal medulla with extension into the calyces or pelvis.
His book "The Conquest of Somalia" was published by Cervena Barva Press, "The Dance of Hate" was published by Calliope Nerve Media, "Material Questions" was published by Silkworms Ink, "Dispossessed" was published by Medulla Press and "Mutilated Girls" was published by Heavy Hands Ink.
Representative samples were taken from cortex, thalamus, hippocampus, midbrain, colliculi, puns, obex, medulla oblongata, and cerebellum.
The nervus intermedius enters the central nervous system at the pontocerebellar groove lateral to the motor root and synapses with neurons in the upper part of the solitary tract of the medulla oblongata.
In contrast, in the adult, the mature adrenal medulla replaces the involuted organ(s) of Zuckerkandl to form the largest collection of paraganglionic tissue.
Both technical PCP- and EC-7-related neoplasms were observed in three organs/systems: liver, adrenal gland medulla, and vascular endothelium (hemangiosarcomas).
12] The posterior inferior cerebellar artery supplies blood to the medulla and the cerebellum.
These cells are in a lower brain area called the dorsal horn of the medulla, but are comparable to cells found in the spinal cord that respond to pain elsewhere on the body.
XZITE stimulates the medulla oblongata, the posterior part of the brain, which is believed to be the part of the brain that regulates moods and emotions.
Sections from the postmortem medulla and spinal cord were positive for WNV RNA by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction testing at the state laboratory.
In these cases, the differential diagnosis has to be made with alveolar sarcoma, fibrous malignant histiocytoma, alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma, liposarcoma, variant of malignant melanoma, and some large carcinomatous metastases (especially from kidney, thyroid, adrenal medulla, and liver).
This phase is, in fact, a complex reflex combining cranial nerves IX, X, and XII, the reticular formation of the medulla, the respiratory centers of the brainstem, and probably the cerebral cortex itself.