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Hemimegalencephaly, characterized by hamartomatous growth of a cerebral hemisphere, has been categorized under the term of "cortical dysgenesis" owing to disorders of proliferation.
Neurosurgical management of low-grade astrocytoma of the cerebral hemispheres.
PCNSL tends to occur more frequently and is more likely to grow in cerebral hemisphere, callosum or around ventricle.
The corpus callosum is the main transverse tract of fibers that connects the two cerebral hemispheres [3].
the striatum) using Cavalieri's method, the right cerebral hemisphere of each rat in the worked examples was preserved and embedded in Technovit.
Integration between the visual hemifields implies integration between the cerebral hemispheres, since each visual hemifield projects to the opposite cerebral hemisphere.
The results suggest that the right cerebral hemisphere is preferentially sensitive to the affective context of language.
Smith and Jonides (1994, 1997, 1999), for example, present evidence suggesting that verbal working memory is associated with a greater relative activation of the left cerebral hemisphere, whereas spatial working memory is more associated with the right cerebral hemisphere.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain (Figure 1) showed mild volume loss in the right cerebral hemisphere with linear areas of abnormal signal in the subcortical and periventricular areas on T2 images.
ABSTRACT: The right cerebral hemisphere is often associated with psi abilities, yet there is no substantial evidence to support this claim.
The MRI image of a brain section shown in Figure 1 comes from just lateral to the midline (a sagittal image) and shows the brain stem, the thalamus and one cerebellar and cerebral hemisphere.
In the middle of the nineteenth century, a Parisian surgeon named Paul Broca made the discovery, via postmortem examination, that all of his patients who suffered a particular variety of speech production disorder also suffered focal lesions of the left cerebral hemisphere.