Cerebral localization


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(Physiol.) the localization of the control of special functions, as of sight or of the various movements of the body, in special regions of the brain.

See also: Localization

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The incidence of lobar localization of pICH was characteristic for the OACT group (60%), while deep cerebral localization was characteristic (50%) for the other two groups.
Models of functional cerebral localization at the dawning of modern neurosurgery.
His unconventional ideas about cerebral localization, especially with regard to aphasia, opposed the cluster theory championed by Charcot; he preferred a dynamic model that assumed widely scattered cells serving the same function being connected by nerve fibres.