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The dorsal lamina is larger than the lateral lamina, with the mesial border being convex and the lateral border being some-what straighter.
Interleukin-1 [beta] plays a role in the pathogenesis of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy through the P13K/Akt/mTOR signaling pathway in hippocampal neurons.
Clinical management of a mandibular first molar with multiple mesial canals: a case report.
Additionally, this study did not find significant differences in bone loss between mesial and distal root surfaces or between the first and second molars of the teeth studied.
Hippocampal sclerosis and ipsilateral headache among mesial temporal lobe epilepsy patients.
Tambien podria suceder que la extension que cubre la prolongacion no sea la correcta, lo que provoca la migracion hacia mesial del primer molar permanente (2).
The periodontal crevice becomes wider, osseous lamella of the alveolus and tooth structure are discontinued, leading to irregular, "worn away" course of the mesial and distal wall of the root [2, 14].
Once epileptiform discharges were confirmed from the mesial temporal lobes, anterior temporal lobectomy or resection of the mesial part of temporal lobes were performed.
Patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy (MTLE), one of the most common forms of epilepsy in adults, represent a specific patient population at risk for SUDEP (Opherk, Coromilas, & Hirsch, 2002).
In patients with medically refractory epilepsy, particularly of the complex partial type, mesial temporal sclerosis is the most common imaging and surgical finding.
Patients 1 and 2 underwent stereotactic placement of bilateral depth electrodes in the hippocampi (RTD1 to RTD6 along the right hippocampus and LTD1 to LTD6 along the left hippocampus, with LTD1 adjacent to the left amygdala and RTD1 adjacent to the right amygdala),subdural strip electrodes bilaterally on the orbitofrontal cortex (electrodes LOF1 to LOF4 and ROF1 to ROF4, with LOF1 and ROF1 being most mesial and LOF4 and ROF4 most lateral), and subtemporal strips bilaterally on the temporal cortex (LST1 to LST4 and RSTI to RST4, with LST1 and RST1 being most mesial and LST4 and RST4 most lateral).