intracortical

intracortical

[¦in·trə′kȯrd·ə·kəl]
(anatomy)
Occurring or located within the cortex.
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Decreased long-interval intracortical inhibition was seen in participants with RLS with a history of dopamine-agonist-induced symptom augmentation compared with non-augmented participants with RLS for M1leg.
In addition, patients with a high burden of cerebellar leukocortical lesions had lower paced auditory serial addition test (PASAT) scores, whereas patients with greater volumes of cerebellar intracortical lesions had worse symbol digit modalities test scores (41).
Al momento del nacimiento, aunque la conectividad intracortical es inmadura, ante la experiencia de la voz materna y los estimulos auditivos familiares los neonatos tienen la habilidad de procesar la informacion a traves de las vias neuronales que corresponden (Ceponiene et al., 2002).
(1) IH affecting long tubular bones can be medullary, periosteal, and intracortical. Medullary IH commonly affects the diaphysis of a long bone.
[11] Another study also demonstrated that the muscle flaps increased the cortical porosity, enveloping callus, and intracortical new bone formation.
Rothwell, "Differential effect of muscle vibration on intracortical inhibitory circuits in humans," The Journal of Physiology, vol.
Stewart et al., "In vivo evidence of differential impact of typical and atypical antipsychotics on intracortical myelin in adults with schizophrenia," Schizophrenia Research, vol.
Jancke, "Voltage-sensitive dye imaging of transcranial magnetic stimulation-induced intracortical dynamics," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Bullara, "Histopathologic evaluation of prolonged intracortical electrical stimulation," Experimental Neurology, vol.
Their findings revealed an enhanced intracortical signal which could be an indication for the compensation for the prefatigued-induced joint instability.
In FTD, the intracortical disconnection seems to be related to the neuronal loss in the frontal/frontotemporal area, alongside with the preserved cholinergic system.