pallidal


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pal·li·dal

(pal'i-dăl),
Relating to the pallidum.

pal·li·dal

(pal'i-dăl)
Relating to the pallidum.

pallidal

(păl′ĭ-dăl)
Concerning the pallidum of the brain.
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There were no significant interactions between dopaminergic uptake and pallidal index, manganese levels, and UPDRS3 scores.
2001): Dopamine agonist-induced dyskinesias are correlated to both firing pattern and frequency alterations of pallidal neurones in the MPTP- treated monkey.
Reversible parkinsonism and T1W pallidal hyperintensities in acute liver failure.
Correlation of brain magnetic resonance imaging changes with pallidal manganese concentrations in rhesus monkeys following subchronic manganese inhalation.
Combining thalamic and pallidal stimulation did not improve tic reduction in the study (Arch.
2, a stable reduction in tic severity was achieved 27 months after surgery using 20 hours of pallidal stimulation followed by 4 hours off.
The Canadian multicenter trial of pallidal deep brain stimulation for cervical dystonia: Preliminary results in three patients.
Pallidal deep brain stimulation in patients with cervical dystonia and severe cervical dyskinesias with cervical myelopathy.
Bilateral subthalamic or pallidal stimulation for Parkinson's disease affects neither memory nor executive functions: A consecutive series of 62 patients.
Svennilson E, Torvik E, Lowe R, et al: Treatment of parkinsonism by strereotactic thermolesions in the pallidal region.
25,11,18] Homonymous hemianopsia is the most emphasized complication,[25] because of the close proximity of the pallidal lesions to the optic tract, but its incidence has been reduced by improved stereotactic techniques.