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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Koubeissi and his colleagues were surprised by a big change when they turned on the electrode near the claustrum.
Midway through the process, he stimulated the claustrum.
157: 'sit eciam claustrum firma et diligentissma custodia clausum et custoditum, ne aliquis detur locus dyabolo'.
We observed PrPres deposition in squirrel monkeys primarily in the frontal lobe of the cerebral cortex, claustrum, putamen, and thalamus.
Ontogeny of the accessory neural arch in pristigasteroid clupeomorphs and its bearing on the homology of the otophysan claustrum (Teleostei).
Cotterill, 1997; Tononi and Edelman, 1998; Crick and Koch, 2003, 2005; Edelman, 2003;) include the claustrum, most or all of the neocortex, the dorsal thalamic specific sensory relay nuclei, the intralaminar nuclei, and the thalamic reticular nucleus.
Entre otras estructuras duras u oseas del sistema weberiano estan, ademas del complejo vertebral, una serie de osiculos tales como el tripus, claustrum, scaphium, intercalarium y el proceso ascendente del scaphium.
Foulke makes a reach from the Darwinian claustrum (fake-mystical) by quoting Conrad on Singleton, quite as if the old shellback had been Melville reading Sartre: "He had to take up at once the burden of all his existence, and found it too heavy for his strength" (135).
Algunas palabras alemanas latinas de la esfera cristiana son: Kreuz < crucem, Zelle < cella, Kapelle < capella, Kloster < claustrum, Munster < monasterium, Messe < missa, sauber < sobrium, segnen < signare, opfer < offerre, predigen < praedicare, Feier <feria, Keusch < conscius; y dos prestamos de formacion son: Eindruck < impressio y Ausdruck < expressio.
Second, in the vestibule, the court connecting the monks' claustrum to the distinguished guests' complex, fine alluvium had accumulated on the floor.
claustrum or [Lucrinam ad] molem);(6) but, particularly in association with Rutupino .
One important point is that in the majority of the cases the insular arteries primarily supply the insular cortex, extreme capsule, and, occasionally, the claustrum and external capsule, but not the putamen, globus pallidus, or internal capsule, which are vascularized by the lateral lenticulostriate arteries (LLAs), although some thicker branches from M2 may anastomose with the LAAs.