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cin·gu·late

(sin'gyū-lāt),
Relating to a cingulum.

cin·gu·late

(singgyū-lāt)
Relating to a cingulum.

cin·gu·late

(singgyū-lāt)
Relating to a cingulum.
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In healthy men, activations were observed in the medial prefrontal cortex, the anterior cingulate cortex, and the right putamen during the Success event and in the bilateral anterior insula during both Inflation and Success events, as shown in previous fMRI studies using the BART [24, 29, 32, 33].
The anterior cingulate cortex is an important component of the limbic system, and is related to cognitive attention.
A significant reduction in cortical thickness on left rostral cingulate, left middle frontal gyrus, right middle frontal gyrus, right superior frontal, and right lingual were observed in PTSD group in comparison to controls survived Monte Carlo null-Z correction for multiple comparisons at p < 0.05.
When making lip pursing movements compared with the healthy control group, it showed decreased activation in the ipsilateral culmen, CMA (posterior cingulate cortex), transverse temporal gyrus, SI (primary somatosensory cortex), precuneus, and contralateral superior occipital gyrus with lip pursing movements (Table 3, Figure 3).
reported that, in women with interstitial cystitis, bladder filling is associated with activation of several regions of the brain involved in the pain matrix such as the supplementary motor area, motor and sensory cortex, insula, hippocampus, and middle and posterior cingulate areas [8].
Typically, the signature profile of aging is reduced flow in the superior frontal region, and the profile for Alzheimer's is reduced flow in the posterior cingulate and cingulate gyrus.
Haroush and Williams found the cells by implanting electrodes into the back part of the anterior cingulate cortex in four male macaques and then teaching the monkeys to play the game.
For happy and sad photo conditions, SPS was associated with activation of brain regions involved in awareness, integration of sensory information, empathy, and action planning (e.g., cingulate, insula, inferior frontal gyrus [IFG], middle temporal gyrus [MTG], and PMA).
* in men, a decreased concentration of gray matter in the anterior cingulate
Participants in the PT group had a higher resting cerebral blood flow in the anterior cingulate region, an area of the brain linked to cognitive functioning, and in the hippocampus, the primary brain area affected by Alzheimer's disease.
Compared with the resting-state, acupuncture at the real acupoints activated brain regions primarily in the left calcarine gyrus, bilateral middle occipital gyrus (BA19), bilateral middle temporal gyrus (left BA 22), left inferior temporal gyrus, left inferior frontal gyrus, left superior medial prefrontal gyrus (left BA 10), right anterior cingulate cortex (right BA 10), left postcentral gyrus, left caudate nucleus, and the bilateral cerebellum (Crus 2 and VIII).
(3,12,13) The severity of agitation and aggression in AD patients was associated with an excessive atrophy of the frontal, insular, amygdala, cingulate, and hippocampal regions.