lobule

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lobule

[′läb·yül]
(biology)
A small lobe.
A division of a lobe.
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Whereas orbital frontal effects were discernable between 10 and 20 s after the onset of the field changes within the superior parietal lobule were manifested within 10 s.
These different regions conducted from the two results locate in the right inferior parietal lobule, left middle frontal gyrus, and bilateral sub-gyrus.
In our study, Joint-Source 11 showed differences in the middle temporal gyrus, lingual gyrus, subgyral regions, cuneus, superior temporal gyrus, precuneus, superior parietal lobule, inferior parietal lobule, and middle occipital gyrus.
05 smaller volume of white matter in bilateral superior frontal gyrus, left postcentral gyrus, left corpus callosum, and right inferior parietal lobule among patients with OCD Fan Q, 2012 SBM, Monte Carlo Greater cortex thickness in [6](b) simulation (1000 the right inferior parietal times), p<0.
Speaking: Areas of activation were observed bilaterally in the superior frontal gyrus (BA6), and the insula (BA13) and the inferior parietal lobule (BA47), the superior parietal lobule (BA7), the superior temporal gyrus (BA22) and the postcentral gyrus (BA43) of the left hemisphere, the superior temporal gyrus (BA 42, 38) and the precentral gyrus (BA6) of the right hemisphere.
Critically, inferior parietal lobule and ventral premotor activity was modulated as a function of the dancers' ratings of their own ability to perform the observed movements and their motor experience.
Compared with normal brains, the MCI brains showed significantly more tangles in the inferior parietal lobule, amygdala, entorhinal cortex, and subiculum.
The areas are responsible for the transmission of neurologic information into the conscious experience of pain and included the contralateral primary and secondary somatosensory cortices, inferior parietal lobule, cerebellum, and ipsilateral secondary somatosensory cortex.
Significant volume losses in the inferior parietal lobule and, in some patients, the postcentral gyrus, account for most of the parietal deficits.
Results: Compared to the control subjects, the patients with PD showed increased fALFF values in the left inferior temporal gyrus, right inferior parietal lobule (IPL) and right middle frontal gyrus.