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frontal lobe

[¦frənt·əl ¦lōb]
(neuroscience)
The anterior portion of a cerebral hemisphere, bounded behind by the central sulcus and below by the lateral cerebral sulcus.
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Increased amyloid deposition was not found in other areas associated with the disease, but frontal cortex involvement "does suggest perhaps a common" denominator, she noted.
Research has recently suggested that populations of millions of cells in the medial frontal cortex and the lateral prefrontal cortex may communicate with each other through the precise timing of their synchronized oscillations, and these brain rhythms appear to occur at a relatively low frequency (about four to eight cycles per second).
Lipid peroxidation in the frontal cortex and hippocampus homogenate was measured as previously described (Huong et al.
The results of the initial screening with these 3 antibodies (tau, ubiquitin or p62, and TDP-43) on 2 sections each, frontal cortex and hippocampus, will in most cases allow the general pathologist to subclassify the FTLD.
They also observed decreased activity in the lateral orbital frontal cortex, a region involved in satiety.
After treatment, "the neuronal metabolites of the right and left frontal cortex normalized, and the hippocampal metabolites improved with a medium effect size," Dr.
A MRS study with a sample of manic and depressive BD patients found a decrease in Glx levels in the frontal cortex and basal ganglia, while there was no alteration in the thalamus (61).
Researchers have found that insomniacs experience an increase in metabolism in the brain's frontal cortex.
The cingulate gyrus, which is in the frontal lobe, is involved in inhibitory control, and importantly, the frontal cortex, specifically the prefrontal cortex, is the last part of the teenage brain to develop.
sex, happiness glowing in the left frontal cortex, grief with no words
The scans looked at the frontal cortex, the part of the human brain associated with impulse control.
Transfrontal: interhemispheric fissure, frontal cortex in front of lateral ventricles, orbita, sphenoid