MiTLAF: Middle turbinate lateralisation
with adhesion formation MT: Middle turbinate NJ: New Jersey USA: United States of American TTM: Temporary turbinate medialisation suture FESS: Functional endoscopic sinus surgery CRSsNP: Chronic rhinosinusitis without nasal polyposis CRSwNP: Chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis.
These results suggest a leftward bias in subcortical fear processing and highlight the importance of hemifield advantage in emotional lateralisation
, which might reflect the combination of hemispheric dominance and asymmetrical interhemispheric information transfer.
may have a genetic basis or alternatively may be influenced by factors in the early embryonic period," they wrote in their paper.
Advantages being the tympanic graft has a lower risk for lateralisation
and more acceptable success rate.
The advantages of US over FMRI include better spatial resolution, fetal lateralisation
, cost, availability and portability.
Effects of sample characteristics on group differences in brain lateralisation
From 1986 we started doing vocal cord lateralisation
. But the success rate was poor.
All of the birds participated in two tests designed to test their cerebral lateralisation
, meaning how strongly each bird preferentially processes information using either hemisphere of the brain.
GROUP I EEG Pattern--Normal EEG, GROUP II EEG Patterns-Focal/multifocal lateralisation
; Positive sharp rolandic waves; Excessive sharp wave activity; Multiple polyspike pattern; Asynchronacy/high voltage delta activity and GROUP III EEG Patterns--Persistent marked voltage suppression; Burst suppression pattern; Isoelectric background pattern
All animals have cerebral lateralisation
, meaning that their brains are divided into two hemispheres responsible for processing different tasks.
"Today there is scientific evidence in favour of both these theories, but there is a certain consensus in favour of the lateralisation
of emotional processing predicted by the approach-withdrawal hypothesis," concludes Aznar-Casanova.