intraparietal


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intraparietal

[‚in·trə·pə′rī·əd·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the wall of an organ or cavity.
Within the parietal region of the cerebrum.
Within the body wall.
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Por lo tanto, el giro precentral o motor (Figura 5, 3) esta localizado entre el punto coronal posterior y el punto Rolandico superior, el giro postcentral o sensitivo (Figura 5, 2) esta comprendido entre el punto Rolandico superior y el punto intraparietal.
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The researchers from the University of Western Ontario sought to reveal how planning activity in the areas of the brain that are associated with reaching and grasping (the superior parietal cortex, middle intraparietal sulcus, and dorsal premotor cortex) indicated future movement.
Michaelsen argued that friderici is very close to the typical form and there are differences only in the spermathecal system, which is entirely intraparietal in friderici but large and intracoelomic in longus.
In addition, the women with fibromyalgia showed more connectivity in the right EAN, particularly to the intraparietal sulcus.
2007), whereas the amygdala activation relates to the processing of certain emotions (Zald 2003), and numerical information is processed (in addition to working memory) in the mid-frontal area and intraparietal sulcus (Nieder and Miller 2004).
Of these, 63 had images sufficient to measure cortical thickness in 10 brain areas related to cognition and blood pressure regulation: the bilateral hemispheric anterior insulae cortices, bilateral orbitofrontal cortices, and bilateral posterior superior medal temporal gyri and the left intraparietal sulcus.
The best candidate for receiving perceived information is V1 and the best candidate for integrating stored information is the higher visual areas, which include the posterior extrastriate areas V2, V3, V3A, V4, V5, as well as the parieto-occipital and posterior intraparietal visual areas.
regions surrounding the intraparietal sulcus), which may alter task performance in other domains.
El nucleo talamico proyecta sus fibras a la corteza; especificamente, en la base del giro precentral y en la base del surco intraparietal.
Draganski et Jugglers demonstrated a al N=24 signiicant bilateral expansion in (2004) grey matter in the mid-temporal area and in the left posterior intraparietal sulcus after practice (p<0.