It passes in a rostral
direction ventral to the medulla oblongata and the sulcus basilaris of the pons.
episcopus (internal 4), share the flexor cranial facial zone not funded medially (character 2, condition 1); present rostral
prominence (character 3, condition 1); absent median rostral
concavity (character 4, condition 0); relation medial x caudal condyle of the quadrate caudal > medial (character 24, condition 1); caudal expansion of the present choanal fossa (character 35, condition 1); short maxillopalatine process (character 13, condition 0) and absent transpalatine process (character 34, condition 0).
a) Dorsal view, b) detail of rostral
spine, c) ventral view showing the posterior spines with spinules distributed symmetrically.
Surgical treatment and a unique management of rostral
mandibular fracture with cerclage wire in a horse.
In all treatment groups, AAV-transduced, immunostained axons and BDA-immunolabelled axons were seen in the contralateral CST rostral
to the injury site.
is the first late Tournaisian shallow-water European siphonodellid species possessing three rostral
A ventrodorsal (intraoral) radiograph (Figure 1C) of the rostral
mandible showed a well-defined osseous mass with intense radiopaque areas and different degrees of ossification, visualized as dispersed radiolucent points inside the mass.
Reduced cortical thickness on left middle frontal gyrus and left rostral
1B): Ovoid body with the maximum width at the second abdominal segment level; light browned head, jugum and tylus; four dark browned spines at the margin of the jugum; reddish small eyes; dark browned thorax; pronotum with disperse punctuations at its surface; mesonotum with a transversal punctuation row at the middle part; metanotum with a transversal dark browned row of punctuations at its base; pale yellowed antennal and rostral
segments; convex mesonotum at the posterior margin in the middle part indicating the scutellum formation; yellowish to white legs; pale pinked abdomen.
We observed that activated caspase-8 labeling appears in the soma of "poor survivor" descending neurons within 2 weeks following a SCI [30, 31] and that the appearance of activated caspase-8 in the cell body was preceded by its activation in the injured axon rostral
to the site of injury .
With this in mind, the team examined a specific region called the rostral
dorsolateral pontine tegmentum.
Brain mapping revealed that in 10 of the 12 coma patients, a small area of the brainstem - the rostral
dorsolateral pontine tegmentum - was significantly damaged.