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cor·ti·cal

(kōr'ti-kăl),
Relating to a cortex.

cortical

(kôr′tĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, derived from, or consisting of cortex.
2. Of, relating to, associated with, or depending on the cerebral cortex.

cor′ti·cal·ly adv.

cor·ti·cal

(kōr'ti-kăl)
Relating to a cortex.

cortical

Pertaining to, or consisting of, a CORTEX.

Cortical

Regarding the cortex, or the outer layer of the brain, as distinguished from the inner portion.

cor·ti·cal

(kōr'ti-kăl)
Relating to a cortex.

cortical,

adj pertaining to or consisting of a cortex.

cortical

pertaining to or emanating from a cortex, usually bone, cerebral or adrenal.

cortical epilepsy
see partial seizure.
cortical hyperplasia
caused by chronic stimulation of the adrenal cortex by ACTH.
cortical necrosis
cortical sinus
vascular sinuses in the cortex of a lymph node.
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Cortical Dynamics is an Australian company which was incorporated in 2004 to commercialise technology developed at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.
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The study also revealed that familial depressed patients, or children with at least one first-degree relative with depression, had distinct cortical thickness compared to children with no obvious family history of mood disorder.
In the sections examined, periosteal bone tended to be less organized than cortical bone, with irregular architecture.
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Instead, the team initially wondered what tissue changes in the cortex of MS patients gave rise to indicators of cortical damage.
Smokers exhibited cortical thinning in the left medial orbitofrontal cortex and heavier smoking was associated with more pronounced thinning of cortical tissue.
Measurements of cortical and trabecular volumetric bone mineral density were made at two to four consecutive annual visits.
These previously unnoticed pockets of bunched-up cortical tissue indicate that women's brains have a much-larger surface area than scientists had typically assumed, Toga's group concludes in the August Nature Neuroscience.
CHICAGO--Pulsatility in the cortical veins of patients with vascular dementia is twice as high as the pulsatility in patients with Alzheimer's disease, according to results of a small study that used MRI to measure blood flow in the brain.
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