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n.1.(Anat.) The medulla oblongata.
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It transmits the continuation of the medulla oblongata as the spinal cord from the cranial cavity into the vertebral canal.
Progesterone also stimulates central neural sites in the medulla oblongata, thalamus, and hypothalamus which control ventilation.
This was especially interesting considering studies in literature of Salacia reticulata, and Salacia oblongata found to be efficacious at 1,000 mg or higher doses," said Ms.
In which organ of the body can the medulla oblongata be found?
medulla oblongata, cerebellum, thalamus, hippocampus, cortex, caudate nucleus), in particular in some areas (Figure; online Technical Appendix Figure 3).
sup][18] The medulla oblongata and the diaphragm, which is innervated by LMNs of C[sub]3–C[sub]5 spinal cord anterior horn, are tightly adjoined and their motor neurons may be concomitantly involved in ALS.
However, when only cR2 is affected, as suggested by the crossed type of the abnormality hypothesis, it is better to localize the pathology to the brainstem and restrict it to the caudal pons and medulla oblongata rather than the suprasegmental levels.
Molecular analysis of tissue extracts revealed Zika virus-specific RT-PCR amplification products from the cerebral cortex, medulla oblongata, and cerebrospinal and amniotic fluids.
Mycobacterium leprae in neurons of the medulla oblongata and spinal cord in leprosy.
Involuntary control mechanisms of the ventilatory pattern are not yet fully understood, thus involving convergence of signals coming from the respiratory control centers located in medulla oblongata and pons, being integrated in the anterior horn cells of the spinal cord.
904 mg/kg LiCl over the course of 8 days, the vacuolization of the brain tissue and zones of spongiosis were observed in different brain regions, including cerebral cortex, cerebellum, medulla oblongata, mesencephalon, thalamus, and pons [32].