basal ganglia

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basal ganglia

[′bā·səl ′gaŋ·glē·ə]
(neuroscience)
The corpus striatum, or the corpus striatum and the thalamus considered together as the important subcortical centers.
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Dirty necrosis and/or columnar cells with basal nuclei could also be of help.
Of the 6 histologic parameters, the presence of dirty necrosis, seen in 5 (100%) of 5 cases of CRCa and 2 (18%) of 11 cases of PCa, and the presence of columnar cells with basal nuclei, seen in 5 (100%) of 5 cases of CRCa and 1 (9%) of 11 cases of PCa, were the most useful parameters.
Subcortical areas implicated in stuttering are the basal nuclei, parts of the thalamus, as well as the cerebellum (Fox et al.