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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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Migda, "Asymptotic behaviour of solutions of nonlinear delay difference equations," Fasciculi Mathematici, no.
Mogbademu, "Common fixed point of Jungck-Kirk-type iterations for non-self operators in normed linear spaces," Fasciculi Mathematici, no.
In addition, some previous imaging studies found that white matter tract damage of corpus callosum, right superior longitudinal and uncinate fasciculi [29], and atrophy of putamen [30] are involved in behavioral deficits in PSP.
Warren, "Popliteomeniscal fasciculi and lateral meniscal stability," The American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.
The epicardium covering the CS was split open, very gently the adipose tissue surrounding the sinus was removed taking all the precautions to preserve the muscle fasciculi that were either running parallel to or encircling the sinus (Fig.
The Oblique Popliteal Ligament--this is a broad, flat, fibrous band, formed of fasciculi separated from one another by apertures for the passage of vessels and nerves.
The first study to do so examined white-matter integrity in alcohol-nai've FHP adolescents compared with age- and gender-matched FHN youth and found reduced FA in the superior and inferior longitudinal fasciculi, as well as the anterior superior corona radiata in FHP youth (Herting et al.
Abnormal, though identifiable, arcuate fasciculi have been reported in a range of disorders manifesting speech delay [20,21, 39].
* a bilateral decrease in fractional anisotropy (FA) in frontal, uncinated, and occipitofrontal fasciculi
Jones, "Virtual in vivo interactive dissection of white matter fasciculi in the human brain," NeuroImage, vol.
There were no fibres with central nuclei; some nuclei clusters of nuclear clumps type with fasciculi were diagnosed.
[41] compared two groups of patients with noise-induced hearing loss, differing only in tinnitus status, and found that the tinnitus group had increased FA in several clusters along the left anterior thalamic radiation, as well as in some clusters along the left and right superior longitudinal fasciculi, the left inferior longitudinal fasciculus, and the right interior frontooccipital fasciculus.