lateralisation


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Noun1.lateralisation - localization of function on either the right or left sides of the brain
localisation, localisation of function, localisation principle, localization of function, localization principle, localization - (physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body
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The research does shed light on when the region of the brain that controls handedness localises to one side of the brain, a process known as brain lateralisation. Possibly, the research shows, breastfeeding optimises this lateralisation towards becoming right- or left-handed.
Suture lateralisation plus arytenoid cartilage release for treating bilateral vocal fold immobility with mechanical fixation.
There is also no left or right-sided lateralisation (p-value 0.349).
Middle turbinate lateralisation with adhesion formation (MiTLAF) is one of the commonest complications following endoscopic sinus surgery, occurring in up to 35% of cases [1], and frequently resulting in surgical failure with persistence of preoperative symptoms [2].
Ribbers, "Language lateralisation after melodic intonation therapy: an fMRI study in subacute and chronic aphasia," Aphasiology, pp.
Duka, "Hemispheric lateralisation in a manual-verbal task combination: The role of modality and gender," Neuropsychologia, vol.
[6.] Sommer I, Ramsey N, Kahn R, Aleman A, Bouma A (2001) Handedness, language lateralisation and anatomical asymmetry in schizophrenia: meta-analysis.
Celui-ci a precise que l'etat de sante du leader historique du FFS, age de 88 ans, est marque par [beaucoup moins que] une serie d'accidents vasculaires cerebraux sans lateralisation, qu'il a subie l'annee ecoulee.
The patient's physical examination revealed somnolence normal pupils and no neurologic signs of lateralisation. He had tachypnoea (25/min) arterial blood pressure was 70/40 and heart rate 52 beats/min.
And localisation must go hand in hand with lateralisation where organisations share knowledge horizontally and collaborate.