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Plural of gyrus.


(ˈdʒaɪ rəs)

n., pl. gy•ri (ˈdʒaɪ raɪ)
a convoluted fold of the brain.
[1835–45; < Latin gȳrus; see gyre]
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Cutis verticis gyrata is a manifestation of PDP and is characterized by excessive formation of scalp skin and mimicking cerebral gyri.
2003, showed significant correlations between continuous performance test and gray matter volume in left supramarginal and angular gyri and it was concluded that these regions were possibly involved in attentional impairment in patients with schizophrenia.
The gyri and sulci - the bumps and depressions in the brain that give it its folded appearance - seemed to be narrower.
Cefais amser wrth fy modd efo Rhys a'r criw yn ffilmio a chael ambell i gyri yn ystod y daith
At autopsy the fresh brain weight was 1020 g and the most notable finding on external examination was severe, circumscribed, and knife-edge atrophy of the anteromedial temporal lobes bilaterally, extending caudally to involve parahippocampal gyri, amygdalae, and hippocampi (Figure 7, A through J).
sup][1] By the end of pregnancy, it is a complex array of sulci (furrows) and gyri (ridges) looking much like an adult.
A five-year trial showed that scores of the peritraumatic dissociation levels are positively correlated with the activation of the right occipital lobe - lingual, fusiform and parahippocampal gyri, regions responsible for vivid autobiographical memory of highly emotional events.
Actor, diddanwr, ac awdurdod rhyngwladol ar gyri, a dyn fu unwaith mor hir walltog a llaes farfog nes galw ei hun yn 'fwthyn bach to gwellt'
They are characterized by an inconsiderable mass effect and weak heterogeneous or band contrast enhancement along the cortex gyri.
Initiation of oral swallow is a voluntary process with initial patterns of cortical activation evident within the lateral precentral gyri, post-central gyri, supplementary motor area, and insular cortex (Aida et al.
Finally, the skull was built with the inner support material that hugged the grooves and depressions of the sulci and gyri likeness of the patient's brain.
The effects required 10 to 20 s to emerge and were primarily represented within tissue subsections of the right amygdala and orbitofrontal gyri.