intraparietal


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intraparietal

(ˌɪntrəpəˈraɪɪtəl)
adj
1. (Anatomy) situated within the walls of a hollow organ
2. (Anatomy) situated within the parietal lobe of the cerebrum
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In the presence of post-central gyrus and intraparietal sulcus damage in patients who have had a stroke, the recovery of motor functions is definitely worse (76).
They said: "We found greater bilateral activations in premotor cortex and intraparietal sulcus, right superior parietal lobe and left posterior superior temporal sulcus when expert dancers viewed movements that they had been trained to perform compared to movements they had not" (1243).
30],[46],[47] Functional neuroimaging examination showed that, after sleep deprivation, brain activity decreases at the frontoparietal attention network (in the prefrontal cortex and the intraparietal sulcus) and at the prominence network (in the insular and medial frontal cortex).
phrase; RTs: reaction times; IES: inverse efficiency scores (RTs/Accuracy); FWE: family-wise error; BA: Brodmann's area; L: left; M: medial; LPMC: lateral premotor cortex; F3op/F3t/F3O: opercular/ triangular/orbital parts of the inferior frontal gyrus; dF3op/F3t: dorsal F3op/F3t; pre-SMA: pre-supplementary motor area; AG: angular gyrus; IPS/SMG: intraparietal sulcus/supramarginal gyrus; MTG: middle temporal gyrus; pMTG/ITG: posterior middle/inferior temporal gyrus; LG/FG: lingual/fusiform gyrus.
El estudio anatomopatologico definitivo mostro macroscopicamente una masa paracecal de 500 cc de secrecion gelatinosa de color blanco pardo, un apendice cecal de aspecto mucoso con aereas de abundante fibrina, isquemica y de necrosis de un apendice cecal de 11,5 cm de longitud, al corte el grosor de su pared fluctuaba entre 0,7 y 1,9 cm de espesor, con areas de abundantes calcificaciones y focos con mucus intraparietal.
14) For example, in a typical adult human brain, it is thought that the areas V3A, (15) V3B, (16) V5+ (17-18) (including MT and MST), V6, (19) intraparietal sulcus (IPS), (20) human ventral intraparietal area (hVIP), the cingulate sulcus (CSv), (21) and the superior temporal sulcus (STS) (22) are all motion-sensitive areas (see Figure 3).
La ruta dorsal estaria compuesta por una red que implica la corteza intraparietal y el area temporal medial, las cuales estarian involucradas con la percepcion del movimiento no-biologico, estas rutas se proyectan convergentemente sobre el STSp, la cual es esencial para el reconocimiento del movimiento biologico (Grossman et al.
Such feedback modulations affect which sensory information that thereafter are transformed into perceptual decision, a task partly achieved by the Lateral Intraparietal area (LIP).
2009), alors que pour la recuperation, le gyrus parahippocampique droit, le cortex prefrontal median (CPFm) et superieur, le sillon intraparietal ainsi que le lobe parietal superieur et inferieur lateral sont aussi impliques.
The jugglers' brains showed increased white matter at the back of their right intraparietal sulcus--a crease at the back of the brain that helps with visually guided grasping of objects.