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mam·mil·lar·y

(mam'i-lār'ē), [TA] Avoid the misspelling mammilary.
Relating to or shaped like a nipple.
Synonym(s): mammillare [TA]

mammillary

Shaped like a nipple; nipple-like.

mam·mil·lar·y

(mam'i-lar-ē) [TA]
Relating to or shaped like a nipple.
Synonym(s): mammillare.

mammillary

pertaining to or resembling a teat or breast.
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Magnetic resonance imaging of the hippocampal formation and mammillary nuclei distinguish medial temporal lobe and diencephalic amnesia.
01), between the medial lateral area and the medial area of the mammillary bodies (r = .
Analyses of one mammillary from the western Grand Canyon region suggest that when the deposit stopped growing some 17 million years ago, the water table stood about 1,160 meters above today's river level.
Intracranial voyeurism: revealing the mammillary bodies in alcoholism.
The findings at autopsy of perivascular lymphocyte cuffing in mammillary bodies of the brain are not the classic findings reported during the West Nile encephalitis outbreak in New York City (5).
Sharp (2001) has proposed a role for the mammillary bodies, dorsal tegmental nuclei and subiculum in path integration.
Nor does he bother to explain how the mammillary Kepesh turned himself back into a man.
Specifically, the nuclei of the temporal lobe, cingulate gyrus, gyrus rectus of the cerebral cortex, hypothalamus, hippocampus, and mammillary bodies affect the erectile response in animals and humans (Siroky & Krane, 1983).
Milner has conducted similar research using garlic, and has shown that garlic has an inhibitory effect on mammillary tumor development.
Fornix fibers connect the hippocampus and mammillary bodies and are important for maintaining memory function.
Typically, MRI scan results are symmetrical lesions in the mammillary bodies, thalami, tectal plate, and periaqueductal area which showed increased T2 signal in these sites.
6) Here, MRI findings may show hyperintense T2 lesions in mammillary bodies, medial thalami, tectal plate, periaqueductal area.