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cuneus

1. One of the wedge-shaped sections for spectators in an ancient theater.
2. Same as voussoir or wedge.
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Then it found that after surgery the temporal gyrus, that the right precuneus, cuneus and supramarginal gyrus are active.
In a follow-up investigation, Schweinsburg and colleagues found that binge drinking and concomitant binge drinking and substance using adolescents, when compared with marijuana-only users and control subjects, showed greater encoding-related activation in the postcentral gyrus, IPL, and SFG, and less activation in the fusiform gyrus, PHG, cuneus, precuneus, IPL, IFG, precentral gyrus, and cingulate.
T Z p (unc) X 7 z Label 3.72 3.22 <0.001 4 -88 6 Cuneus BA18 (R) 5.21 4.13 <0.0001 2 56 -6 Medial frontal gyrus (R) 5.00 4.01 <0.0001 60 -60 26 Superior temporal gyrus (R) 4.66 3.82 <0.0001 24 -34 72 Postcentral gyrus (R) 3.74 3.24 <0.001 44 -34 58 3.60 3.14 <0.001 22 -4 66 Superior frontal gyrus (R) 4.51 3.73 <0.0001 4 26 50 Superior frontal gyrus, frontal sup medial (R) 4.22 3.55 <0.001 -42 32 -2 Left inferior frontal gyrus (L) 4.15 3.49 <0.001 10 -76 -28 Cerebellum crus1 (R)
An fMRI study using an imagery task showed that ayahuasca not only increased activation of the parahippocampal and frontopolar cortices, but also of the cuneus and lingual gyrus and retrosplenial cortex (20).
Particularly, CSMD1 rs10503253 "A" allele was associated with comparatively reduced cortical activation in the middle occipital gyrus and cuneus during performance of a spatial working memory task [22].
Moreover, by analyzing brain network modules, they found out only increased connectivity within the sensorimotor network and decreased interaction of the visual network with other brain modules but also lower connectivity between the cuneus and the ventral caudate, medial orbitofrontal cortex, and the temporal lobe in PD.
Nonresponse (2013) associated with thinner bilateral PCC and parahippocampal cortex, left paracentral, cuneus, and insular cortices, and right mOFC and lateral occipital cortex 22 patients (not receiving antidepressants) MRI 12 weeks of CBT McCrath et al.
The involved brain areas included the bilateral calcarine cortices, lingual cortices, cuneus, superior occipital gyri, middle occipital gyri, and precentral cortices.
Los Miridos generalmente pueden ser reconocidos como "insectos de tamano mediano o pequeno, ordinariamente delicados; ocelos ausentes; rostro con 4 segmentos; cuneus habitualmente presente, embolium indiferenciado; tarsos casi invariablemente trisegmentados" (Richards & Davies, 1984).