Progression of pathological changes in the middle cerebellar peduncle
by diffusion tensor imaging correlates with lesser motor gains after pontine infarction.
5 In MSA-P the degenerative changes predominantly affect the basal ganglia, particularly the putamen seen as hyperintense rim at the putaminal edge, atrophy and hypointensity of putaminal body on T2WI while in MSA-C changes predominantly affect infratentorial structures like pons and cerebellum, seen as atrophy and hyperintense signals in pons, cerebellum and middle cerebellar peduncles
with pontine hyperintensity (hot cross bun sign) on axial image,4 which was seen in both of our patient's MRI.
Length and width of the peduncle
and capitulum were taken under stereomicroscope with the help of an ocular micrometer.
length was observed in GA-2002 with mean value 48.
The utilized raw material was cashew peduncle
bagasse provided by the fruit pulp company IDEAL, Joao Pessoa, PB.
Caption: Figure 4: Magnetic resonance imaging cerebellar peduncles
showing "molar tooth appearance"
6) Relative width of caudal peduncle
(RWCP): the peduncle
width (PW) divided by the maximum body width (MBW).
To evaluate the influence of gum production in the nut and peduncle
production, an additional portion with five replications (20 trees) was considered, wherein the trees were not explored regarding the gum extraction (Control).
However, the peduncle
length ranged from 13, 75 [+ or -] 1,7cm (Waha) to 22 [+ or -] 2,082 cm (Bidi17) during 2011/2012 and ranged from 12, 14 [+ or -] 1,69cm (Bidi17) to 14, 17 [+ or -] 3, 38 cm (Waha) during 2012/2013.
4), a lower caudal peduncle
depth ratio (0.
Likewise, it also has the capability to bleed spontaneously as manifested in our case by hyperdensity in the region of the inferior right cerebellar peduncle
on the initial head CT.
1% of total variance), the main measurements of variation were symphyseal knob length, anal-fin spines I and II lengths, and ventral caudal peduncle
length (Table 1), and, for PC2 (13.