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olivary

(ˈɒlɪvərɪ)
adj
1. shaped like an olive
2. (Anatomy) anatomy of or relating to either of two masses of tissue (olivary bodies) on the forward portion of the medulla oblongata
[C16: from Latin olivārius, from oliva olive]
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Additionally, abnormalities were found in the hippocampus, subiculum, entorhinal cortex, septal nuclei, mamillary body, selected nuclei of the amygdala, neocerebellar cortex, roof nuclei of the cerebellum, and inferior olivary nucleus (Bauman & Kemper, 2005).
Studies also provide histopathological evidence of a consistent and significant decrease in the number of superior olivary complex neurons in the autistic brain, which suggests a possible pathology at the brainstem level (53).
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We observed moderate vacuolation in medulla oblongata, particularly in the vestibular and the olivary nucleus; nucleus of solitary tract and hypoglossal nucleus were less often affected.
Binaural beats are created by the brain's processing of these two separate auditory signals at the level of the olivary nuclei in the ventral part of the pons reticular formation.
The additional findings include T1-hypointense and T2 and FLAIR hyperintense signal abnormalities in the inferior olivary nuclei, inferior cerebellar peduncles, central tegmental tracts, reticular formation in the dorsal pons and periaqueductal gray matter in the midbrain (1,2).
The other circuit involves the inferior olivary nucleus, red nucleus and dentate nucleus.
However, staining was heterogeneous across the section area with, for example, olivary bodies being relatively spared by [alpha]-syn pathology (Figure 2(a)).
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Medial olivocochlear (MOC) fibers projecting to the cochlea originate on both sides of the medial portion of the superior olivary complex, where they form synapses with the outer hair cells (OHCs).
Serotonin modulation of inferior olivary oscillations and synchronicity: a multipleelectrode study in the rat cerebellum.