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Synonyms for neuroanatomic

of or relating to neural tissue or the nervous system

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In sections on aphasia, right hemisphere damage, traumatic brain injury, and the dementias, it discusses such aspects as neuroanatomic and neurophysiological considerations, varieties of aphasia, treatment of aphasia, assessing and treating right hemisphere damage, causes and consequences of traumatic brain injury, and assessing and managing people with dementia.
This situation was tried to be explained as a late neurodegenerative phenomenon or a neuroanatomic sequel of bipolar disorder (23,25).
Despite what remains to be discovered, bringing mindfulness into the lives of children and adolescents seems increasingly sensible, given the growing body of scientific support for the benefits of mindfulness practices at the behavioral and functional neuroanatomic levels.
Another limitation of the study was that the study was not primarily designed to find the neuroanatomic correlates of NSM.
Chidekel, "Sensory integration, sensory processing, and sensory modulation disorders: Putative functional neuroanatomic underpinnings," The Cerebellum, vol.
Although typically localized to the cerebellum, ataxia may occur resulting from injury to a variety of neuroanatomic regions.
Bradwejn, "Neuroanatomic correlates of CCK-4-induced panic attacks in healthy humans: a comparison of two time points," Biological Psychiatry, vol.
An automated method for neuroanatomic and cytoarchitectonic atlasbased interrogation of fMRI data sets.
Lobisco reviews the complex neuroanatomic relationships that exist in processing smells.
* Neuroanatomic studies have indicated axons descending from the internal superior laryngeal nerve to the internal laryngeal muscles.
Recent studies, however, suggest that PTSD has organic, cellular, and molecular responses, and can be described by measuring neuroendocrine, neurochemical, and neuroanatomic parameters (Sherin & Nemeroff, 2011).
(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.
Less Equivalence Than Meets the eye A number of experiments have established equivalence classes using stimuli such as exemplars of DSM categories, statistical interactions, inferential statistical analyses, and neuroanatomic structures (Fields et al., 2009; Reyes-Giordano & Fienup, 2015; Walker, Rehfeldt, & Ninness, 2010).