claustrum


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claustrum

[′klȯ‚strəm]
(anatomy)
A thin layer of gray matter in each cerebral hemisphere between the lenticular nucleus and the island of Reil.
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In the HT7 stimulation, activated regions include bilateral postcentral gyrus, inferior parietal lobule, inferior frontal gyrus, claustrum, insula, and anterior lobe of the cerebellum, as well as left posterior lobe of the cerebellum.
Effects of stimulation of the dorsocaudal claustrum on activities of striate cortex neurons in the cat.
Along with Francis Crick, who in the later decades of his life became fascinated with how the brain creates consciousness, Koch proposed that the claustrum plays an important role in awareness.
When the electrode near the region known as the claustrum was stimulated and the patient froze, Koubeissi initially thought the electric charge had caused "aphasia" -- turning off the language processing portion of the brain.
A la difference du conteneur bionien, espace de la reverie maternelle qui permet l'identification projective normale et, a travers elle, la communication, le claustrum est un objet de l'identification projective massive, intrusive et pathologique.
En este caso la extension anteroposterior promedio de la lesion fue de 3,0 mm y se observo menor afectacion de las areas extraestriatales, danandose en algunos casos claustrum, nucleo endopiriforme, globos palido, no asi palido ventral y las areas talamicas.
316: 'Mulieres claustrum, officinas nostras et oratorium numquam ingrediantur, nisi in consecratione ecclesie.
Le claustrum se deconnecte du castrum en le purifiant de la presence des laics et les chanoines sont en situation de repli sur eux-memes.