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There were significant increases in apoptotic cell count in cerebral cortex in both of the groups (p<0.
Keywords: self-organizing map, surface reconstruction, cerebral cortex, cortical thickness, layered distance map.
The development of the human nervous system is a progressive and ascending process, with the cerebral cortex the last region to develop.
3-5) All were older than Creutzfeldt's patient and demonstrated a destructive process in the cerebral cortex, especially in the rolandic region, caudate, putamen, and thalamus.
That aside, her singing was often strained at the top, and though some opera lovers might happily trade away attractive timbre for intensity, the less forgiving will surely wonder if rail spikes driven into the cerebral cortex could be more painful.
A few individual glial cells in the cerebral cortex were sparsely stained (Figure 2).
The blood supply to the frontal lobe of the cerebral cortex is inhibited, is diminished.
But, smoking marijuana can make it tough for the cerebral cortex to do its work.
ALS is a progressive and fatal neurological disease characterized by a degeneration of motor neurons in the spinal cord, brain stem and cerebral cortex, leading to muscle wasting and weakness.
Early in adolescence, growth in the limbic system, the parts of the brain most directly involved in emotions, outstrips growth in the cerebral cortex, the part of the brain most responsible for reasoning.
But the same chemicals affect the cerebral cortex and so how far does Ofsted national special needs data on five to 11s reflect the quality of the classroom air when the child was assessed?
The lobster is said to have no cerebral cortex, the brain's sensor to pain.