cerebrocerebellar

cerebrocerebellar

 [ser″ĕ-bro-ser″ĕ-bel´er]
pertaining to the cerebrum and the cerebellum.
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Reorganization of the cerebrocerebellar network of language production in patients with congenital left-hemisphere brain lesions.
Recent physiological studies have clarified the principles in the cerebrocerebellar loops that coordinate voluntary movements.
Vernooij et al., "Crossed Cerebrocerebellar Language Lateralization: An Additional Diagnostic Feature for Assessing Atypical Language Representation in Presurgical Functional MR Imaging," American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol.
In a recent functional magnetic resonance imaging study of the human brain demonstrated that manual acupuncture at the ST-36 acupoint modulated neural activity at multiple levels in the cerebrocerebellar and limbic systems [8].
Schmahmann, "The cerebrocerebellar system: anatomic substrates of the cerebellar contribution to cognition and emotion," International Review of Psychiatry, vol.
(10) established the direct importance of the human cerebrocerebellar system in language functions based on neuroanatomical data.
In a recent study, Iraq combat veterans with more than one episode of mbTBI were found to have decreased cerebrocerebellar metabolic rates than controls without trauma [34].
Desmond, "Cerebrocerebellar networks during articulatory rehearsal and verbal working memory tasks," NeuroImage, vol.
Theta-burst stimulation (TBS) is a newer form of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) that modulates the activity of the dysfunctional cerebrocerebellar neural circuits that are present in schizophrenia in a shorter period of time, and with more potent and longer-lasting effects.
The condition should be suspected in all patients with signs and symptoms involving the cerebrocerebellar system, particularly when they coexist with signs and symptoms of headache and impaired motor coordination.
Enhancement in effective connectivity between culmen and primary sensorimotor cortex could be related to more bidirectional information transfer in the cerebrocerebellar loops, which may lead to a stronger motor coordination effect of cerebellum on motor system.
Restuccia et al., "Cerebrocerebellar interactions in man: neurophysiological studies in patients with focal cerebellar lesions," Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.