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tha·lam·ic

(thă-lam'ik),
Relating to the thalamus.

thalamic

/tha·lam·ic/ (thah-lam´ik) pertaining to the thalamus.

thalamic

[thalam′ik]
Etymology: Gk, thalamos, chamber
pertaining to the thalamus.

tha·lam·ic

(thă-lam'ik)
Relating to the thalamus.
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To further confound matters, contrast and non contrast CT scans which are the initial radiological modalities in workup for stroke in most centers; are almost always unrevealing for thalamic strokes and even on MRI it may be difficult to appreciate changes consistent with acute ischaemic insults to thalami without supportive clinical findings.
Unfortunately, most large-scale studies (13,24-26) reporting outcomes of patients with thalamic PA pool their data with DA (WHO grade II) into an unhelpful and biologically meaningless "low-grade glioma" category.
In this study, we found that patients diagnosed with schizophrenia had increased AD, MD, and RD values corresponding to left and right superior longitudinal fasciculus and anterior thalamic radiation.
At nighttime between the two days, scientists introduced artificial thalamic spindles in some of the mice using a light-based technique called optogenetics.
Chronic thalamic stimulation for treatment of dystonic paroxysmal nonkinesigenic dyskinesias.
Right postero-lateral thalamic hemorrhage with extension into internal capsule and lateral ventricle.
Abnormal medial thalamic metabolism in patients with idiopathic restless legs syndrome.
Kokaia, "Suppression of limbic motor seizures by electrical stimulation in thalamic reticular nucleus," Experimental Neurology, vol.
In studies conducted on central post-stroke pain, because central pain was first defined in thalamic lesions, cerebral localization is classified as thalamic and extra-thalamic.
Recent studies have shown that the corticothalamic projection in the primary sensory neocortical area to the corresponding sub-nuclei of the thalamus directly results in the coordination and precision in the firing of thalamic neurons from these sub-nuclei to the neocortex (Andolina, Jones, Wang & Sillito, 2007; Worgotter, Eyding, Macklis & Funke, 2002; Sillito, Jones, Gerstein & Wet, 1994).
Touqeer Ahmed from NUST Islamabad discussing Prions in neurological disease and role of thalamic neuron in emotional learning respectively .