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Combined (thalamotomy and stimulation) stereotactic surgery of the VIM thalamic nucleus for bilateral Parkinson disease.
RVM: rostral ventromedial medulla; MD: mediodorsal thalamic nucleus; PFC: prefrontal cortex; ACC: anterior cingulate cortex; DR: dorsal raphe nucleus; DMH: dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus; AVP: arginine vasopressin; CNF: corticotropin releasing factor; GFAP: glial fibrillary acidic protein; WDR: wide dynamic range neurons; BK: bradykinin; PG: prostaglandins; [beta]-EP: [beta]-endorphin; (-): inhibition of cell discharge; NTS: nucleus of the solitary tract; TNF-[alpha]: tumor necrosis factor-[alpha]; NK1R: neuropeptide K1R; SP: substance P; ENK: enkephalin.
Faden, "Cell cycle activation contributes to increased neuronal activity in the posterior thalamic nucleus and associated chronic hyperalgesia after rat spinal cord contusion," Neurotherapeutics, vol.
Choi et al., "Clinical outcome of patients with deep brain stimulation of the centromedian thalamic nucleus for refractory epilepsy and location of the active contacts," Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, vol.
The most frequent locations of the ICH were in the area of basal and thalamic nucleus, both represented 56.25% from total cases and 66,17% from supratentorial hemorrhage.
Bertram, "Suppressing limbic seizures by stimulating medial dorsal thalamic nucleus: factors for efficacy," Epilepsia, vol.
The IPN projects to the ventral tegmental area and to reticular and tegmental brainstem nuclei, particularly to the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus (LDT), which is part of the ascending cholinergic reticular activating system, involved in arousal regulation IPN have important projections to the mediodorsal thalamic nucleus, which projects to prefrontal cortex.
Cognitive improvement after long-term electrical stimulation of bilateral anterior thalamic nucleus in refractory epilepsy patients.
The anteroventral thalamic nucleus showed significant differences between the diestrus and the rest of the experimental groups and between the estrus and male groups (p < .05) in both hemispheres whereas the anterodorsal nucleus did not show significant differences between the estrus and male groups in the left hemisphere.