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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Entropy scores closely matched IQ scores from the Shipley-Hartford test for the left side of the middle brain (the left inferior temporal lobe), which is tied to learning speech.
In the left eye, FA and ICGA revealed early hyperfluorescence increasing in later phases in the macula, superior and inferior temporal arcades, and nasal of the optic nerve (Figure 2A-H).
Math activities appear to use very specific parts of the brain, including the parietal, prefrontal and inferior temporal regions.
The second cluster includes the left insula and the anterior cerebellum, but most likely the source of activation is located in the fusiforme gyrus (BA37); the simultaneous activation in the same cluster of the Inferior temporal lobe (BA20) emphasizes the activation of BA37.
The areas that showed significantly less activation were the middle and inferior temporal gyrus in the right hemisphere with overlapping to the parietotemporal junction, the bilateral middle frontal circumvolution and the precentral gyrus (see Figure 2 and Table 1).
Our research has linked apathy with a thinning of the inferior temporal cortex, a region of the brain associated with early symptoms of AD.
Tau protein "levels in the medial and inferior temporal lobes were indistinguishable between" the two groups.
Results: Compared with the healthy control group, the two schizophrenia groups showed significantly increased ReHo in the right caudate and inferior temporal gyrus and decreased ReHo in the bilateral postcentral gyrus and thalamus and the right inferior occipital gyrus (false discovery rate corrected, P < 0.
Gallium and technetium nuclear scans were urgently ordered, which revealed focal uptake in the left inferior temporal bone.
al in 66% of the eyes with BRVO, superior temporal retinal vein was the most common vessel involved followed by 22-43% of eyes with occlusion of major branch in inferior temporal quadrant.
a Superior arcuate defect with mild inferior temporal involvement.
Todos los dientes tienen una anatomia compleja pero el primer molar inferior temporal es el primer diente posterior y es el que presenta caries con mayor frecuencia de tal manera que es muy susceptible a tratamientos endodoncicos.
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