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caudate

 [kaw´dāt]
having a tail.

cau·date

(kaw'dāt),
1. Tailed; possessing a tail.

caudate

/cau·date/ (kaw´dāt) having a tail.

caudate

(kô′dāt′) also

caudated

(-dā′tĭd)
adj.
Having a tail or taillike appendage.

cau·da′tion n.

caudate

[kô′dāt]
having a tail.

caudate

Possessing a tail.

caudate

having a tail.
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Shape of caudate lobe is variable as also its anterior and upper margin.
6, it can be seen that the bins of the intensity range 252-255 have maximum count and correspond to the caudate and putamen region.
We found that ReHo in the right caudate and inferior temporal gyrus was higher in both schizophrenic patient groups than in the healthy controls whereas ReHo in the bilateral postcentral gyrus and thalamus and the right inferior occipital gyrus was lower in both schizophrenic patient groups (FDR corrected, P < 0.
Intraoperative findings were mass lesion arising from the caudate lobe of liver with compression to inferior vena cava [Figure 6].
Past research has shown that people who rely on caudate nucleus-dependent strategies have lower grey matter and functional brain activity in the hippocampus.
Furthermore cortex areas are more resistant to ischemia and therefore no permanent infarct was bequeathed in these areas whereas caudate nucleus and putamen lack collateral circulation and these areas are more sensitive to ischemia and therefore there remains infarct in these areas.
A brain MRI with contrast was done which demonstrated an infarction of the right internal capsule, caudate nucleus and basal ganglia (figure 1) CT angiogram of the head was performed and showed no aneurysms or dissections.
Eleven of 17 humans involved in an earlier experiment showed a positive response in the caudate similar to the dogs', Dr.
We studied regional distribution of antibodies to rat caudate nucleus, cerebral cortex, cerebellum, brain stem and hippocampus.
In humans, the caudate is involved in the anticipation of things we enjoy, such as food, love and money.
MRI of the brain showed lesions in the lenticular nucleus, caudate nucleus on the right side, and internal capsules of both sides (Figure).