calcarine


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calcarine

(ˈkælˌkəraɪn)
adj
resembling, related to, or having a calcar
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The cortical projections from the fovea are represented by a relatively large region of cortex compared to the peripheral retina; (9) these projections are located at the outer central region of the calcarine sulcus whereas projections from the peripheral retina are located in the folds of the sulcus and further away from the scalp.
Ultrasound was used to examine the insula, sylvian fissure (SF), parieto-occipital fissure (POF), and calcarine fissure (CF).
The distinction between a bilateral infarct in the posterior cerebral artery territory and PRES can be made based on the fact that PRES does not commonly affect the calcarine and occipital lobe structure.
Studies also show that the periosteal blood flow plays an important role in the area of the calcarine spur and that the size of the fracture fragment and the extent of the dislocation permits conclusions to be drawn about the risk of necrosis developing in and around the humeral head.
A brain imaging study found that the areas of the brain most vulnerable to the toxic effects of mercury are the calcarine region, pre- and postcentral gyri, and the temporal transverse gyrus (Taber & Hurley, 2008).
Dissection of the fixed brain should always be standardized and basic sampling for dementia evaluation should include blocks from the frontal, parietal, and temporal cortex; occipital cortex around the calcarine fissure; the hippocampus at the level of lateral geniculate body; the striatum; the mesencephalon at the level of the oculomotor nerve; the pons at the level of the locus coeruleus; the medulla oblongata at the level of the inferior olives; and the cerebellum and dentate nucleus.