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contralateral

 [kon″trah-lat´er-al]
pertaining to, situated on, or affecting the opposite side.

con·tra·lat·er·al

(kon'tră-lat'er-ăl),
Relating to the opposite side, as when pain is perceived or paralysis occurs on the side opposite to that of the lesion.
Synonym(s): heterolateral
[L. contra, opposite, + latus, side]

contralateral

/con·tra·lat·er·al/ (-lat´er-al) pertaining to, situated on, or affecting the opposite side.

contralateral

[-lat′ərəl]
Etymology: L, contra + lateralis, side
affecting or originating in the opposite side of a point of reference, such as a point on a body.

contralateral

adjective Referring to an opposite side. Cf Ipsilateral.

con·tra·lat·er·al

(kon'tră-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the opposite side, as when pain is felt or paralysis occurs on the side opposite to that of the lesion.
Synonym(s): heterolateral.
[L. contra, opposite, + latus, side]

contralateral

Pertaining to the opposite side. The term ipsilateral is used in referring to the same side.

contralateral 

A term relating to the opposite side. See lateral geniculate bodies; ipsilateral.

con·tra·lat·er·al

(kon'tră-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the opposite side, as when pain is perceived or paralysis occurs on the side opposite to that of the lesion.
[L. contra, opposite, + latus, side]

contralateral

pertaining to, situated on, or affecting the opposite side.
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Neuroanatomical research suggests that the facial muscles, especially in the lower region, are contralaterally innervated by the fibre projections of the two cerebral hemispheres (Borod & Koff, 1984; Rinn, 1984).
Considered together, these results suggest that the expression of emotion in the upper region of the face might be controlled ipsilaterally rather than contralaterally.
During rotation, FJL increased contralaterally, and the center of force spread from the contralateral part of the forced articular side to the entire area.
LC II fractures have a crescent fracture present on the side of impact, and LC III fractures have an LC I or LC II fracture on the side of impact, with an associated open-book type injury present contralaterally.
Type 61C1 injuries are unilateral, type 61C2 injuries are complete ipsilaterally and incomplete contralaterally, and type 61C3 injuries have bilateral complete disruptions.
Axons of cerebral ganglia c4 neurons grow contralaterally through the cerebral commissure and then turn posteriorly toward the pedal ganglia.
Interneurons C and D code head-down vertical plane information, carrying it ipsilaterally and contralaterally respectively.
Previous work has also shown that toadfish DON cells project to the TS, primarily contralaterally [5].
The anterior two pairs of perikarya projected fine axons ipsilaterally and contralaterally along the GSPN, whilst the posterior pair projected axons ipsilaterally towards the GSPN, with a fine, posteriorly directed branch [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Several contralaterally projecting fine axons were also observed [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1B OMITTED].
In addition, we contralaterally autotransplanted limb tissues into the eye sockets to study whether the handedness of the regenerated limbs would be changed by the host site.
To see whether the host site could regulate the morphology of the regenerated claw, different claw tissues (dactyl or pollex) or combinations of claw tissues (dactyl + pollex, ischium + merus/carpus joint, or dactyl + pollex + ischium) were contralaterally autotransplanted into eye sockets.