Foucault's first principle of a heterotopia
finds an echo in John Clute's definition of the polder:
It consists either of gastric foveolar metaplastic cells without oxyntic glands, known as gastric foveolar metaplasia, or may be associated with oxyntic glands and referred to as gastric heterotopia
. (2) The endoscopic appearance is that of 1 or multiple small (<1.5 cm) patches, nodule(s), or, less commonly, pedunculated lesions (Figure 3, A).
Furthermore, the stories seem to imply that these spaces constitute types of heterotopias
, whether we understand the term "heterotopia
" as referring to a physical location that stands outside of normal spatiality and contests it, or as a "textual" location that subverts ontological and epistemological certainties.
(6) Associated subependymal and subcortical heterotopia
, polymicrogyria, deficient falx, fused thalami and hydrocephalus may also be associated.
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The origin of glial heterotopia
is hypothesized to be due to the following: (i) an encephalocele that lost its connection with the subarachnoid space, (ii) the differentiation of multipotent cells into mature neuroectodermal cells outside the central nervous system during embryogenesis, and (iii) sequestered glial cells of the olfactory bulb (5).
is occurrence of normal tissue at an abnormal location.
Nasal glial heterotopia
: a clinicopathologic and immunophenotypic analysis of 10 cases with review of literature.
En este intento por buscar conceptos que permitan comprender las transformaciones urbanas menos visibles, el autor finaliza su marco teorico con el concepto de 'heterotopia
' de Michel Foucault, a quien considera el geografo de la alteridad.
Periventricular nodular heterotopia
(PNH) is a cortical malformation commonly found in epilepsy patients caused by the failure of neurons to migrate. Patients with PNH present with various clinical manifestations and genetic mutations.
Finley Lamb, from Wallasey, was born with a rare brain abnormality known as periventricular nodular heterotopia
(PVNH) - which means some of his grey matter is in the wrong place.