cerebral hemispheres


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cerebral hemispheres

The two halves of the CEREBRUM joined by the CORPUS CALLOSUM.
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The CLB is a reliable and valid battery of tests that analyzes specialized functions of the cerebral hemispheres.
The cerebellum and the basal ganglia work together with the cerebral hemispheres to translate intentions into actions.
These behavioral similarities between decerebrate and normal newborns are consistent with current knowledge of developmental neuroanatomy: even though cerebral hemispheres are present in gross structure in normal newborns, they are very immature microscopically compared to the brainstem.
This was consistent with perivascular edema and correlated to the bilaterally symmetric regions of T2, PD, and FLAIR hyperintensity seen in on MRI in the ventral cerebral hemispheres.
Demyelination becomes confluent in the cerebral hemispheres but is less severe in the posterior fossa and spinal cord (Figure 5).
Alice Proverbio, from the University of Milano-Bicocca, used electrophysiological and LORETA source reconstruction analysis to investigate the role of the two cerebral hemispheres in idiom comprehension.
Sernas had perforating wounds in both cerebral hemispheres.
Differences between their cerebral hemispheres were analyzed using the divided visual field technique.
Some mass effect on the cerebral hemispheres and compression of the lateral ventricles was also seen.
Cerebral cortex--the outer layer of nerve cells surrounding the cerebral hemispheres.
She also had multiple vascular territory and watershed infarcts in both cerebral hemispheres.
Similar lesions of varying intensity and size were seen in bilateral cerebral hemispheres, left caudate head, right thalamus, and right half of the pons (Figure 1B).