inferior temporal gyrus

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inferior temporal gyrus

[in′fir·ē·ər ¦tem·pə·rəl ′jī·rəs]
(neuroscience)
A convolution on the temporal lobe of the cerebral hemispheres lying below the middle temporal sulcus and extending to the inferior sulcus.
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Gallium and technetium nuclear scans were urgently ordered, which revealed focal uptake in the left inferior temporal bone.
a Superior arcuate defect with mild inferior temporal involvement.
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The study, by Bevil Conway, Wellesley Associate Professor of Neuroscience, and Rosa Lafer-Sousa, a 2009 Wellesley graduate currently studying in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences program at MIT, reveals new information about how the brain's inferior temporal cortex processes information.
The paper, by Bevil Conway, Wellesley Associate Professor of Neuroscience, and Rosa Lafer-Sousa, a 2009 Wellesley graduate currently studying in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences program at MIT, reveals new information about how the brain's inferior temporal cortex processes information.
16) In AD, atrophy is usually generalized (Figure 1), involving all cortical regions, most often with prominent atrophy of medial temporal structures including the hippocampus (Figure 2), amygdala, and inferior temporal cortex.
His cranial SPECT analysis at age 66-months with a two-week medication-free period revealed nonperfusion in the right inferior temporal and frontal lobes and in the right parietooccipital and left middle frontal regions as well as massive hypoperfusion in the right middle frontal region (Figure 3).
Similarly greater daytime sleepiness was also associated with increased activation in the right parietal and inferior temporal cortex, he said.
But those patients who had higher fitness levels had significantly greater white matter volume in the hippocampus, inferior temporal gyrus, and precentral gyrus.
First, all three types of statements stimulated the classical language areas of the LH: moving roughly from front to back, the left inferior frontal gyrus, the left inferior temporal gyrus, and the left inferior extrastriate region.
All seven used normal "working memory" areas; the bilateral visual processing areas; the left parieto-superior frontal network; the bilateral inferior temporal gyri; the left intraparietal sulcus and the preceritral gyrus.
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