Heschl

Hesch·l

(hesh'ĕl),
Richard L., Austrian pathologist, 1824-1881. See: Heschl gyri.
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Edited by Stefan Salomon, Lisa Heschl, Gerd Oberleitner, and Wolfgang Benedek
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Other related studies also showed that brain structure GMV reduction in the left Heschl gyrus and left superior temporal gyrus is significantly different in patients with schizophrenia [18].
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Hardy & Heschl, 2008), guia que brinda las mejores practicas y herramientas aprobadas internacionalmente para el monitoreo y la gestion de las actividades de Tecnologia de Informacion TI.
Niccum et al [10] utilizaram uma analise cuidadosa para avaliar a presenca de efeito da orelha contra-lateral, com o objetivo de determinar se os resultados do teste de digitos em escuta dicotica poderiam realizar a melhor separacao dos pacientes com ou sem dano significante do giro de Heschl.
The triad of pneumonia, meningitis, and endocarditis was first described in 1862 by Heschl, an Austrian pathologist.
Knaus, Bollich, Corey, Lemen e Foundas (2006), por exemplo, descrevem que as regioes perisilvianas tambem estao relacionadas com a funcao da linguagem e destacam o envolvimento de regioes posteriores, especialmente do lobo temporal e da area de Heschl, no comprometimento da compreensao e de regioes anteriores, especialmente da porcao opercular e triangular do lobo frontal, no comprometimento da expressao da linguagem.
With: Roland Dueringer, Marie Baumer, Kai Wiesinger, Nora Heschl.
Auditory ictal events have been produced by stimulation of the lateral superior temporal lobe, specifically in the transverse gyrus of Heschl.
They found that the 'small world' property of the brain network of patients with schizophrenia was abnormal: (a) compared to normal brains the characteristic path length and the clustering coefficient increased; (b) the nodes in some brain areas had decreased centrality and thinner cortices (especially the left parahippocampal gyrus, inferior temporal gyrus, angular gyrus, and right superior frontal gyrus, which are part of the default network); and (c) the nodes in other brain areas had increased centrality, including nodes in the primary cortex (bilateral precuneous, left precentral gyrus, postcentral gyrus, and right Heschl gyrus) and the paralymbic system (bilateral orbital frontal gyrus, temporal pole, right cingulate tract, and inferior parietal gyrus).