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caudate

 [kaw´dāt]
having a tail.

cau·date

(kaw'dāt),
1. Tailed; possessing a tail.

caudate

/cau·date/ (kaw´dāt) having a tail.

caudate

(kô′dāt′) also

caudated

(-dā′tĭd)
adj.
Having a tail or taillike appendage.

cau·da′tion n.

caudate

[kô′dāt]
having a tail.

caudate

Possessing a tail.

caudate

having a tail.
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But many of the same things that activate the human caudate, which are associated with positive emotions, also activate the dog caudate.
Pick bodies were also present in temporal and parietal cortex, caudate and putamen, substantia nigra, locus coeruleus, and pontine nuclei (not shown).
The feedback contrast (positive minus negative) predominantly showed clusters in the caudate nucleus, putamen, and thalamus.
This result indicates MPTP could result in compensatory increase on the levels of dopamine receptor 1 and dopamine receptor 2 in caudate putamen neurons.
Extract putamen and caudate from both right and left striata.
Striatum: A part of the brain that is involved in the planning of movement pathways as well as in other cognitive processes; in humans the striatum is activated by stimuli associated with reward, but also aversive, novel, unexpected, or particularly intense stimuli with high salience; includes several nuclei, including the caudate nucleus.
Scientists now know that a marked loss of dopamine-containing neurons in the SNpc results in decreased dopamine levels in the caudate and putamen (Savitt et al.
Autopsy studies of patients with HIV-associated dementia (HAD) demonstrate damage to the deep white matter areas involved in sub-cortical dementia (including the caudate nucleus and basal ganglia).
A brain scan showed an infarct in the right lentiform nucleus with involvement of the head of the caudate with marked sinusitis.
A brain MRI demonstrated bilateral hyperintensity at the level of the caudate, putamen and pallidum, consistent with hypoxic injury (Figure 1).
Leslie Blumgart performed surgery on her husband consisting of a cholecystectomy, left hepatic lobectomy and caudate lobectomy.
Methods: Different neuroanatomical areas including frontal cortex (FC), cerebellum (CB), caudate nucleus (CD) and substantia nigra (SN) from autopsy human brains (n=9) with varying PMI (4-18 h) were analyzed for pH, protein insolubility, protein oxidation/nitration and protein expression of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP), synatophysin and neurofilament (NF).