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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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While BPOP should be considered in cortically based masses such as this, the oftentimes aggressive, nonspecific imaging appearance can preclude definitive radiologic diagnosis.
45) Nonossifying fibromas involve the medullary cavity and are radiolucent, with their longest diameter cortically based, paralleling the long axis of the bone (Figure 6, A).
Sahraie and colleagues at the University of Aberdeen, continued the work of Barbur on spatial processing in cortically blind patients.
The asphyxiation during the course of the assault cut off oxygen supply to her brain resulting in brain stem contusion injury and cervical cord injury as well as leaving her cortically blind.
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In general, the solid varieties of RCC lesions are well-circumscribed, cortically based, heterogeneously T2 hyperintense, and isointense on noncontrast T1W sequences, and exhibit avid arterialphase enhancement.
58) PET and CT can be complementary in displaying bony abnormalities, with PET excelling in marrow abnormalities and CT performing better with cortically based lesions.
Discharge rate and excitability of cortically projecting intralaminar thalamic neurons during waking and sleep states.
The most classic clinical manifestations of ochronosis include arthritis with pigment deposition in cartilage and intervertebral disks, black-discolored urine, cortically pigmented renal stones, cutaneous pigmentation, and cardiovascular involvement.
The following example is adapted from a qualitative report involving an 8-month-old child considered cortically blind who eventually saw himself in the mirror after a period of several months (J.
Jacinta is cortically blind, has a malformed brain and complex seizure disorder and cannot walk or talk or feed herself.
A device to elicit a cough in those who are cortically unable to respond to a request to do so, as opposed to physically unable to do so, would be similarly useful.