neuroanatomic


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Synonyms for neuroanatomic

of or relating to neural tissue or the nervous system

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Significant progress has been made during the past decade on the neuroanatomic characterization of ASD.
Three neuroanatomic locations are volumetrically altered in the presence of extreme stress and an overwhelming traumatic event (Sherin & Nemeroff, 2011): the hippocampus, pre-frontal cortex, and the amygdala.
1,7) In contrast, infarction of the globus pallidus due to stroke is typically unilateral and follows a vascular distribution rather than being contained by the neuroanatomic boundary.
Burdette, "An automated method for neuroanatomic and cytoarchitectonic atlas-based interrogation of fMRI data sets," NeuroImage, vol.
Neuroanatomic connectivity often is characterized with diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), which provides an indirect measure of white matter (2) integrity, including myelination and axonal coherence (3) (Hagmann et al.
While genes determine the basic neuroanatomic organisation of the brain, the internal model that categorises experience develops gradually as the child grows.
The spread of PrP within the brain appears to occur in cell-to-cell fashion in well-defined neuroanatomic pathways (23), the mechanisms of which are yet to be elucidated despite extensive studies.
Similar to our findings, in a previous study it was suggested that neuroanatomic measures in the brain may be different among schizophrenia subtypes.
Chronobiology is the science that studies the circadian, monthly and seasonal rhythms; it has developed exponentially in the past decade and it has recorded discoveries at the major molecular and neuroanatomic level.
Cognitive vulnerability to alcohol dependence: related neuroanatomic endophenotypes.
Based on the left-sided head tilt, vestibular ataxia, abnormal nystagmus, and normal postural reactions, the neuroanatomic diagnosis was consistent with left-sided peripheral vestibular dysfunction.
Physiological evidence shows that the neuroanatomic regions that support EF are located in the prefrontal cortex (Boghi et al.
A tractography study in dyslexia: Neuroanatomic correlates of orthographic, phonological and speech processing.
Other neuroanatomic structures, such as the posterior fossa with the cerebellar hemispheres and cistern magna, the corpus callosum, and the cava (cavum septi pep lucidi and Vergae) complete development later; they are better evaluated in the second trimester.