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gyrus

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(anatomy)
One of the convolutions (ridges) on the surface of the cerebrum.
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A scanned hematoxylin-eosin (H&E) slide of the mesial temporal lobe shows profound atrophy in hippocampus, but also in parahippocampal, fusiform, and inferior temporal gyri, with marked dilatation of the lateral ventricle (A).
Development of fetal gyri, sulci and fissures: A transvaginal sonographic study.
The brain was neuroanatomically unremarkable, featuring all major gyri and sulci outlined by Crosby et al.
The increase in vasogenic oedema results in brain swelling and well appreciated in cortical regions as gyri swelling/sulci effacement.
Imaging suggested hyperintensity in bilateral thalami, pons and bilateral perirol and ic post-central gyri.
Regarding white matter, there was a significant decrease in white matter in the right angular and the right superior temporal gyri, along with a significant volumetric increase in the right pallidum.
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24) The group that was sensitive to discomfort glare had an increased BOLD response localised at three discrete bilateral cortical locations: in the cunei, the lingual gyri and in the superior parietal lobules.
It shows how patients with mild TBI have a reduced activations of areas like right medial and inferior temporal gyri and medial frontal gyri.
Lissencephaly may involve the complete absence of gyri (agyria) or a reduction in the number of gyri.
The both cingullum gyri might be attached with hudge adhesion, and dificulting the dissection, that must be sharp and with microdissector.
2] activity was increased in the patient group compared with controls; the analysis revealed abnormalities of the frontal and medial temporal cortices, hippocampus, and left-middle and superior temporal gyri in first-episode patients.