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Briefly, brains were extracted and dissected, on an ice-cold plate, into the following regions: olfactory bulb, hippocampus, midbrain, striatum, hypothalamus, cerebellum, and cortex.
More caudally, a focal lesion of similar intensity to the first described lesion was observed within the midbrain, to the right of midline and rostral to the cerebellum.
2) The locations of rarer large brain capillary telangiectasias have been reported in the pons, basal ganglia, midbrain, temporal lobes, and parafalcine frontal lobes.
The golf ball-sized blocks of brain, embedded in paraffin wax to solidify the jelly-like texture, are taken from the midbrain region associated with Parkinson's disease.
Deteriorating level of consciousness as the blood supply of the diencephalon and midbrain perforating vessels is compromised
1) Cerebral cortex, (2) midbrain, (3) pons, (4) medulla and (5) spinal cord).
The anatomical basis of consciousness is widely distributed throughout the cortex, midbrain and brainstem, so altered levels of consciousness (LOC) are not indicative of specific regional damage in the brain.
Afferent input from the retina, optic nerve, and subsequent anterior visual pathways (chiasm, optic tract and midbrain pathways)
org/wiki/Midbrain_tectum) tectum 6 located in the roof of the midbrain, or mesencephalon 6 which disappeared when the spot was removed from view; in the video, you can see regions of the brain light up and then dim when the prey appears and disappears from view.
One of these types, midbrain dopamine-producing neurons, play an important role in a number of diseases, such as Parkinson's disease.
A primitive region called the midbrain plays a key role in modulating different panic responses depending on the nature of the threat at hand.
Substantia nigra: A brain structure located in the midbrain (i.