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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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After controlling for age and sex, the MRS parameter (Cho/Cre) in the dominant basal ganglion was weakly to moderately correlated [53] with the inflammatory marker (leukocyte apoptosis).
Computed axial tomographic (CT) demonstration of basal ganglion calcification (BGC) in children suffering from acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) with neurological complications, was first described by Belman et al.
There was a significant difference in pre- and post-treatment rCBF values in the left temporal lobe, left temporo-occipital lobe, left basal ganglion, left thalamus, right temporal lobe, right occipital lobe, right thalamus, and right basal ganglion.