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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Bilateral pallidal stimulation for idiopathic segmental axial dystonia advanced Meige syndrome refractory to bilateral thalamotomy.
Bilateral, pallidal, deep-brain stimulation in primary generalised dystonia: a prospective 3-year follow-up study.
Imaging revealed significantly higher pallidal index scores among welders than those of both control subjects and those with Parkinson's disease.
Substance P in the ventral pallidum: projection from the ventral striatum, and electrophysiological and behavioral consequences of pallidal substance P.
Imaging revealed significandy higher pallidal index scores among welders than those of both controls and those with Parkinson's.
Specifically, structural and functional changes affecting orbital and medial prefrontal cortex, ventromedial caudate nucleus and pallidal sites have been suggested to play a role in the development OCD symptoms in HD.
Increased blood manganese in cirrhotic patients: relationship to pallidal magnetic resonance signal hyperintensity and neurological symptoms.
They are summarized as follows: for detection and discrimination of odors, reflex motor responses to olfactory stimuli with or without the intervention of lower pallidal sectors, high level reflex motor responses through nigropallidial pathways (the development of these circuits depends upon the development of the anterior olfactory nucleus).
Here, the projections of the globus pallidus to the ventral anterior and ventral lateral (pars oralis) thalamic nuclei, VA and VLo, are shown, as are the globus pallidal projections to the intralaminar nuclei.
Albin RL, Reiner A, Anderson KD, Dure LS, Handelin B, Balfour R, Whetsell WO, Penney JB and Young AB (1992): Preferential loss of striato-external pallidal projection neurons in presymptomatic Huntington's disease.