Oblongata


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Ob`lon`ga´ta


n.1.(Anat.) The medulla oblongata.
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Early in disease development, Lewy bodies are also present in the olfactory bulb, medulla oblongata, and certain regions of the pons that regulate sleep (Ballard, Kahn, & Corbett, 2011).
This means a small, 8-inch circle in the upper thoracic area on the chest and a small, 4-inch circle encompassing the medulla oblongata, the brain's on/off switch.
Fower intensity was observed especially below the glia limitans (inner and outer) and in the neostriatum, and perineuronally in mesencephalic, cerebellar, and medulla oblongata nuclei.
The medulla oblongata controls breathing, so it's very important," she says.
correllii tmL-tmF (d), oblongata 2008 (h) Spellman and rpsl6 (Cuban (Apocynaceae)/ (b) endemic) Correll 48157: [25/~250] DUKE, FTG Spathelia rbcL (b), Part of a Appelhans bahamensis/ atpB (b), clade with et al.
A bombastic utterance (recalling Themba's "idiosyncratic turns" perhaps) escapes his lips "from the depths of my medulla oblongata .
Transverse sections of the brain, including cerebral cortex and corona radiata, basal nuclei, thalamus, midbrain, medulla oblongata, cerebellar peduncles, cerebellum and brainstem in all animals; the full length of the spinal cord in animals 1 and 2 (including cervical dorsal root ganglia in animal 1); and cervical cord segments only in animal 3 were processed by standard histologic techniques by using 4-[micro]m thick sections stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
Affected brains had pathological changes in the mesencephalon, medulla oblongata, and cerebellum.
1) These nerves emerge in a line from the medulla oblongata and then run at the lateral part of the jugular foramen, where they leave the posterior cranial fossa.
I also include striking architectural flowers too, like the Globe Thistle and Angelica and foliage plants like Euphorbia oblongata and scented blooms are a must - scented stocks, sweet peas and of course Sweet Williams, which will also keep the bees and butterflies happy.
bulbospinal Alexanders (type 2), which primarily has an adult onset with the presence of muscle weakness, hyperreflexia, bulbar or pseudobulbar symptoms, signal abnormalities and atrophy observed in an MRI of the medulla oblongata and upper cervical spinal cord