paracentral

par·a·cen·tral

(par'ă-sen'trăl),
Close to or beside the center or some structure designated "central."

paracentral

/para·cen·tral/ (-sen´tr'l) near a center.

paracentral

[-sen′trəl]
Etymology: Gk, para + kentron
close to a center or a central part.

paracentral

(păr″ă-sĕn′trăl) [″ + L. centralis, center]
Located near the center.
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Additionally, patients who had any macular autofluorescent abnormality demonstrated by 45 degree fundus autoflorescence imaging and/or any central or paracentral scotoma in central visual field testing were excluded.
03), The left caudal middle frontal gyrus, and the right paracentral gyrus (P less than .
The patient was a 43-year-old German woman who sought care during July 2010, after 4 days of perceiving flashing lights in her visual field and a paracentral scotoma in her left eye.
An MRI of the lumbar spine revealed a left sided, paracentral L4-L5 disc herniation.
The therapy promotes the development of saccadic accuracy, automatic orienting and focusing of attention, and the opportunity to process visual stimuli in the right paracentral retinal area.
The International Headache Society (IHS) outlines five diagnostic criteria describing dull retrobulbar pain in one or both eyes of maximum 4 weeks' duration accompanied by impaired central or paracentral vision in the absence of a compressive lesion.
he resulting images show the areas of the brain which were affected were like a 'cluster of grapes' in the medial paracentral lobule, which is in the middle and at the top of the brain.
Future investigations in this area should also consider microperimetry of the macular region because it is possible that some persons may have paracentral or midperipheral scotomas that interfere with spatial vision but do not affect central fixation.
MRI shows a right paracentral disk protrusion at the L3-L4 level, which narrows the lateral recess and displaces the transiting nerve roots posteriorly with degenerative joint disease of the facet joints.
Histology will show large cells with abundant granular eosinophilic cytoplasm and a round to oval paracentral nucleus.
In contrast, CSF dissecting into the adjacent white matter, to form a paracentral cavity, is called syringomyelia.
As part of the IML the cells of the paracentral and central lateral nuclei clearly delineate the lateral boundary of the MD for most of its rostralcaudal extent.