intracortical

intracortical

[¦in·trə′kȯrd·ə·kəl]
(anatomy)
Occurring or located within the cortex.
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It has been suggested that intracortical inhibition is reduced in migraineurs and that HF rTMS can potentiate this, thereby modulating intracortical excitability via a paradoxical effect in patients suffering from migraine (14).
To identify these mechanisms, this project aims to use paradigms from cognitive, and affective neuroscience (MEG, intracortical EEG, fMRI) to measure the training and plasticity of emotion regulation and cognitive control, and their effect on automatic, self-related affective processes.
One of the two suggested species is rat because rat bone is well characterized, but the second species should have intracortical bone remodeling similar to humans.
Ankle and subtalar kinematics measured with intracortical pins during the stance phase of walking.
Findings from prior experimental studies in baboons with ischemic injuries indicated that the major cerebral arteries and the intracortical arteries of the brain constrict rather than dilate in the presence of hypercapnia, and the current authors use these data to support their findings (Mchedlishvili, Ormotsadze, Nikolaishvili, & Baramidze, 1967).
They discuss deep brain stimulation, the development of neuromodulation treatments in a large animal model, a whole-body prosthetic, biocompatible multichannel electrodes for long-term neurophysiological studies and clinical therapy, cochlear implants, the assessment and consequences of intracortical microstimulation, chronically implanted planar silicon microelectrode arrays, changes in central nervous system structures after spinal cord lesions, modeling spinal-like circuitry for the stabilization of a planar arm system, the use of electrical stimulation for the recovery of motor function, intraspinal microstimulation following spinal cord injury, neuronal signaling, nanomodified surfaces and neurite outgrowth, and other topics.
Histologically, it is very similar to FD, but is radiographically characterized by multiple, intracortical lucencies in the anterior tibia and occasionally in the fibula, with anterior bowing of the affected segment.
Osteonecrosis of the jaw preferentially involves the bones that have a high intracortical remodeling rate, which explains why it occurs mostly in the mandible (70%) and less frequently in the maxilla (30%).
There is intracortical lysis, particularly if the area of lysis is irregular and large, and if a lucent intracortical track leads away from an area of osteolysis.
Bone resorption (osteopaenia) * Sub-periosteal Radial aspect of middle phalanges, medial side of humerus, tibia * Intracortical Terminal tufts(acro-osteolysis) * Endosteal Hands and long bones * Trabecular Skull (salt and pepper appearance) * Sub-ligamentous Trochanters, calcaneus, ischial/humeral tuberosities, lateral clavicle * Sub-chondral Acromioclavicular, sacro-iliac and sternoclavicular joints 2.
In the ovariectomized rat model, sclerostin antibody treatment led to marked increases in bone formation on trabecular, periosteal, endocortical, and intracortical surfaces (57).
The Transitory Increase in PTH Following Denosumab Administration is Associated with Reduced Intracortical Porosity: a Distinctive Attribute of Denosumab Therapy Lead Author: Prof.