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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(1990) Visual receptive field organization and corticocortical connections of the lateral intraparietal area (area LIP) in the macaque.
The results showed that repeated presentation of the same goal caused suppression of the hemodynamic response in the left intraparietal sulcus complementing the parieto-frontal mirror network.
The jugglers' brains showed increased white matter at the back of their right intraparietal sulcus--a crease at the back of the brain that helps with visually guided grasping of objects.
Los puentes de miocardio en la literatura anatomica han recibido diferentes denominaciones para poder identificarlos, entre las cuales podemos citar: "arteria sumergida" (Tandler, 1913), "arteria coronaria mural" (Geiringer, 1951), "vaso intramural" (Edwards et al., 1956), "arteria intraparietal" (Penther et al., 1977), "arteria coronaria intramural" (Marshall & Headley, 1978).
Similarly, there is evidence that increased familiarity with the movements being imaged correlates with higher cortical activation in the "mirror system" (left premotor cortex, bilateral intraparietal cortex, and bilateral cerebellum).
Furthermore, melody processing and sight reading activate the SPL and intraparietal sulcus (IPS) [37, 38].
Posterior parietal projections to the intraparietal sulcus of the rhesus monkey.
Handedness-dependent and -independent cerebral asymmetries in the anterior intraparietal sulcus and ventral premotor cortex during grasp planning.
Freedman and Ibos looked at neurons in the lateral intraparietal area (LIP), a region highly interconnected with brain areas involved in vision, motor control and cognitive functions.