cerebral hemispheres


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cerebral hemispheres

The two halves of the CEREBRUM joined by the CORPUS CALLOSUM.
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In another retrospective study on 134 cases of clinically diagnosed TB patients conducted by He W et al, [8] brain parenchyma tuberculosis were detected more frequently in the cerebral hemispheres and cerebellar hemisphere.
Other studies also show that tumor is more commonly located in cerebral hemispheres and involve frontal lobe in majority of cases7,31.
There was increased extra axial CSF space along both cerebral hemisphere with mildly dilated ventricular system representing mild cerebral atrophy (Figure-3)
The brain showed bilateral enlargement of cerebral hemispheres, generalized ventriculomegaly, and enlargement of the mesencephalic aqueduct.
The most rostral parts of the central nervous system (CNS: brain plus spinal cord) are the cerebral hemispheres (the parts inside your head), which include areas of cerebral cortex (the wrinkled part just inside the skull) involved in sensory-motor coordination.
But, the authors wrote: "Our findings suggest that Einstein's extraordinary cognition was related not only to his unique cortical structure and cytoarchitectonics, but also involved enhanced communications routes between at least some parts of his two cerebral hemispheres.
Antigen labeling was detected in neurons in the cerebral hemispheres and brain stem and in glia cells throughout the brain (Figure, panel B).
On MR imaging, MIH is characterised by abnormal fusion of the posterior frontal and parietal regions of the cerebral hemispheres.
During the bilateral contraction there is higher motor complexity and simultaneous activation of both cerebral hemispheres.
Vectorial cerebral hemisphericity involves the interplay of neuronal firing between the cerebral hemispheres of the brain.
Each cerebral hemisphere is divided by deeper sulci (grooves) called fissures into five lobes, four located on the surface frontal lobe (the faces of the hemispheres), parietal lobe (central parts of the cerebral hemispheres), temporal lobe (external and lateral parts of the cerebral hemispheres) and occipital lobe (posterior parts of the cerebral hemispheres)-and one located centrally-the island (fig.