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calcarine

 [kal´kar-in]
1. spur-shaped.
2. pertaining to the calcar avis.

cal·ca·rine

(kal'kă-rēn),
1. Relating to a calcar.
2. Spur-shaped.

calcarine

/cal·ca·rine/ (kal´kah-rin)
1. spur-shaped.
2. pertaining to a calcar.

calcarine

[kal′kərīn]
1 having the shape of a spur.
2 pertaining to the calcar.

cal·ca·rine

(kal'kă-rēn)
1. Relating to a calcar.
2. Spur-shaped.

cal·ca·rine

(kal'kă-rēn)
1. Relating to a calcar.
2. Spur-shaped.

calcarine

1. spur-shaped.
2. pertaining to the calcar avis.

calcarine sulcus
a sulcus of the medial surface of the occipital lobe, separating the cuneus from the lingual gyrus.
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Striate cortex: Striate cortex is largely on medial aspect of occipital lobe around and in calcarine sulcus with extensions into uncus and lingual gyrus.
05, in the left parahippocampal voxel >10 gyrus, paracentral lobule, thalamus, and calcarine gyri; reduced activation in the anterior cingulate and left caudate nucleus; when asked to complete the relatively complex color words tasks with interference, patients with OCD show reduced activation in the bilateral orbital prefrontal cortex, left anterior cingulate and left caudate nucleus.
Results: Compared with the preoperation counterparts, the PA patients with improved vision after the operation exhibited reduced ReHo in the bilateral thalamus, globus pallidus, caudate nucleus, putamen nucleus, supplementary motor area, and left hippocampal formation, and increased ReHo in the bilateral cuneus gyrus, calcarine gyrus, right lingual gyrus, and fusiform gyrus.
Compared with the preoperative counterparts, the PA patients with improved visual results after the operation exhibited reduced ReHo in spots of the bilateral thalamus, globus pallidus, caudate nucleus, putamen nucleus, supplementary motor area, and left hippocampal formation, and increased ReHo in the bilateral cuneus gyrus, calcarine gyrus, right lingual gyrus, and fusiform gyrus [Figure 1].
In our study, the PA patients with improved visual results after the operation exhibited increased ReHo in the bilateral cuneus gyrus, calcarine gyrus, right lingual gyrus, and fusiform gyrus, all of which are within the visual cortex.
Rudimentary optic tracts, gliotic lateral geniculate nuclei, thinner calcarine cortex was present, but in my case brain was normal.
Quadrant VFD that respects both the horizontal and vertical meridian is likely to be located along the calcarine fissure at the cortex.