motor area

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Noun1.motor area - the cortical area that influences motor movements
cortical area, cortical region - any of various regions of the cerebral cortex
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The real injury was a depressed fracture of the skull, extending right up through the motor area.
The team found the overall relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness levels and higher executive function may be partially explained through activation in a region of the brain called the anterior cingulate cortex and the supplementary motor area (ACC/SMA).
The scans identified two adjacent brain areas that seem to respond to familiar songs: the caudal anterior cingulate and the ventral pre-supplementary motor area.
Predicting functional outcome in motor area related tumor surgery based on navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation data.
Hurled rocks A former national police chief, who is now an aide of Khaleda, was also injured as the mob hurled rocks at the convoy in central Dhaka's Bangla Motor area, the station said.
Additionally, there's a small gym or "gross motor area," with padded walls for safety and high clerestory windows, where children can exercise with therapists and learn to play in healthy ways.
In addition, the supplementary motor area is more involved in internally generated planning of movement, the planning of sequences of movement, and the co-ordination of the two sides of the body, such as in bimanual co-ordination movements.
It has been proposed that lesions in the parietal cortex result in isolated activation of the contralateral primary motor area due to its release from the intentional planning systems.
Adding navigation to TMS is the key to finding the exact location and orientation of the e-field of the motor area that should be inhibited by stimulation.
Weakness of the facial and oral motor area may induce a gag reflex that requires cautionary measures during dental treatment.
Unidentified miscreants earlier set ablaze a police bus carrying traffic constables using petrol and firebombs, killing a traffic policeman instantly and burning another at the capital's Bangla Motor area.
Damage to other areas that project to the brain stem or interact with motor cortex, including motor neurons in the postcentral gyrus, the premotor cortex, the supplementary motor area, and the cingulate motor area, or to their white matter projections may contribute to paresis, but in ways as yet not well defined.