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In the present patient, the OCD symptoms were considered likely to be associated with the presence of a cerebellum mass, because those rapidly improved following its resection without medication.
The glutamate/GABA was significantly increased in the entorhinal cortex (p < 0.05), brain stem (p < 0.01), and cerebellum (p < 0.05) of the old rats compared to the young rats (Figure 1(g)).
Cerebellum Capital specialises in machine learning, a form of artificial intelligence that allows computers to learn without being explicitly programmed.
Unfortunately, Bob will not outgrow this condition as his cerebellum has been permanently damaged.
This is, due to the important role played by the cerebellum in visual and visual-spatial processing; different cerebellar regions are implicated in ocular motor function and the associated involvement of the ocular structures in the cerebellar diseases.
Immunohistochemical evaluation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and tyrosine kinase B expression in the cerebellum
Drawing relies on movements, and the cerebellum does become active when the body moves, Sanders says.
[3.] Ferrer l, Isamat F, AcebesJ: A golgi and electron microscopic study of a dysplastic gangliocytoma of the cerebellum. Acta Neuropathol (Berl) 47: 163-165, 1979.
These cells also showed early markers that are specific to developing Purkinje cells, granule cells, or deep cerebellar projection neurons--all types of neurons only found in the cerebellum.
However, recent reports have shown that injuries to posterior structures, the cerebellum in particular, may have a role in language processing.
With this background, in continuation of current investigation on the morphometeric changes in discrete rat brain regions due to noise stress, the present study aims at assessing the effects of one week noise exposure on the stereological parameters within the neonate rat cerebellum.