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stri·a·tal

(strī-ā'tăl),
Relating to the corpus striatum.

striatal

[strī·ā′təl, strī′ətəl]
Etymology: L, striatus, striped
pertaining to the corpus striatum.

striatal

(strī-ā′tăl) [L. striatus, striped]
Concerning the corpus striatum.
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3]H] Dopamine uptake was determined in rat striatal synaptosomal preparations based on the method detailed by Fleckenstein et al.
Radiological and pathological changes in hemiballism-hemichorea with striatal hyperintensity.
DAT imaging reveals reduced presynaptic neuronal degeneration in PD and other parkinsonian syndromes, even when clinical features are subtle, while conditions such as essential tremor have normal striatal DAT density (Fig.
Hence, ROI analysis showed that compared to controls, cannabis users displayed marginally higher levels of brain activity in striatal regions during the anticipatory stages of the MID task.
Correlation of alcohol craving with striatal dopamine synthesis capacity and [D.
Alternatively, individuals with FASD may overactivate prefrontal cortical regions when engaging inhibitory control in order to offset the effects of structural damage to striatal regions.
This significant neuroprotection was not evident, however, when brain weight, striatal volume, striatal lesion volume, and neuronal density measures for NT-3, were compared (see Table 2).
1987) and increases in striatal GABA levels in animal models of PD, such as 6-hydroxydopamine (6-OHDA) (Bruet et al.
The development of the new brain-dedicated, high-resolution PET scanner (ECAT HRRT, Siemens Medical Solutions, Knoxville, TN) that provides images with enhanced resolution, step four in fails to segment the striatal structures.
Evidence for striatal dopamine release during a video game," Nature 393.
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Local administration of DOPAL destroys substantia nigra neurons (4); however, subacute neuropharmacologic manipulations expected to increase striatal DOPAL generation do not affect local dopaminergic innervation (10).