The role of actomyosin contraction at the rear also appears to be important for the migration of cortical
Tympanoplasty with and without cortical
mastoidectomy-a comparative study.
Age-related changes in trabecular and cortical
SAN FRANCISCO -- Frontal cortical
thinning was common in late-life depression but generally did not predict executive dysfunction, according to magnetic resonance imaging studies of 157 adults.
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Caption: Figure 2: Empty lacunae were frequently found in normal viable cortical
Surface-Based Morphometry: CIVET pipeline (version 2.0) was employed to compute the estimation of the gray matter indices studied here: Cortical
Thickness (CT) and Cortical
Surface Area (CSA) following the several steps (see Roman et al., 2016).
En cuanto a las formas esporadicas de hiperostosis cortical
infantil, se atribuyen a la administracion de prostaglandinas (PGE1 y PGE2) utilizadas para tratar lesiones cardiacas cianozantes dependientes del conducto arterial, cuando reciben administracion profilactica de PGE1 para prevenir su cierre.
Conclusion: Hypovitaminosis D is a biomarker of cortical
and subcortical cognitive deficits in patients with PDD.
They resemble human cortical
development at the gene expression levels.