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dorsolateral

 [dor″so-lat´er-al]
pertaining to the back and side. See also posterolateral.

dor·so·lat·er·al

(dōr'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the back and the side.

dorsolateral

(dôr′sō-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Of or involving the upper part of the side or sides.

dor′so·lat′er·al·ly adv.

dor·so·lat·er·al

(dōr'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the back and the side.
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Four brain regions showed statistically significant correlations between surface area and faces n-back performance: left inferior parietal (r = .44, p = .049), left superior temporal (r = .56, p = .011), right superior temporal (r= .46, p = .043) and right dorsolateral prefrontal regions (r = .68, p = .001).
Third, and perhaps most notably, the study demonstrated that the GA lozenge reduced activation of reward regions (e.g., dorsolateral prefrontal cortex) to anticipated tastes of high-sugar foods, which occurred even before the food was tasted after dosing.
Se ha reportado que la toma de decisiones es un elemento neurocognitivo que implica areas del cerebro involucradas en la emocion (por ejemplo, amigdala, corteza prefrontal ventromedial) y memoria (por ejemplo, hipocampo, corteza prefrontal dorsolateral), y que muestra evidencia de una interaccion entre sexo y lateralidad del funcionamiento de la amigdala, de modo que el dano unilateral a la amigdala derecha produce mayores deficits en la toma de decisiones y comportamiento social en los hombres, mientras que el dano en la amigdala izquierda parece ser mas perjudicial para las mujeres (Gupta, Koscik, Bechara, & Tranel, 2012).
The deflated urinary bladder was checked for any abnormality and on observation, both the ureters were terminating close to the neck of urinary bladder rather than on dorsolateral surface.
A variety of stabilization techniques have been described along the spine including vertebral body plating (dorsolateral in the lumbar and ventral in the cervical regions), vertebral stapling, modified segmental fixation, cross pinning, external skeletal fixation (ESF), and a composite of PMMA and pins or screws [1, 3-13].
Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: controls decision-making and planning.
This study measured the concentration of glutamate and GABA in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, ventromedial prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulated cortex in individuals with schizophrenia using high-field- strength MRS.
The eye measurements were taken from the widest spans of the lens, AME in dorsal view, ALE, PLE and PME in dorsolateral view.
ALFF differed significantly between the deaf and hearing group in left Heschl's gyri (BA41) (p = 0.0059, ES = 0.94), left superior temporal gyrus (BA22) (p = 0.0003, ES = 1.27), left inferior frontal gyrus (BA44) (p = 0.0004, ES = 1.27), left inferior frontal gyrus (BA45) (p = 0.0000, ES = 2.18), left inferior prefrontal gyrus (BA47) (p = 0.0001, ES = 1.40), and left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (BA46) (p = 0.0000, ES = 1.68) in infants with CSSHL (deaf < hearing), which are responsible for auditory, language, and executive function.
These areas included ACC, dorsolateral PFC, thalamus, posterior cingulate cortex (PCC), insula, pons/midbrain region, supplementary motor area, sensorimotor area, hippocampus, and middle cingulate cortex.
With this in mind, the team examined a specific region called the rostral dorsolateral pontine tegmentum.