limbic lobe


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lim·bic lobe

[TA]
as originally defined by P. Broca: the nearly closed ring of the brain structures surrounding the hilus, or margin, of the cerebral hemisphere of mammals; it is composed of the fornicate gyrus (cingulate gyrus, fasciolar gyrus, parahippocampal gyrus, and uncus) and the hippocampus. See: limbic system.
Synonym(s): lobus limbicus [TA]

limbic lobe

The marginal section of a cerebral hemisphere on the medial aspect. Synonym: gyrus fornicatus
See also: lobe
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Here, it is notable that both the PreDCAU and PostCAU are strongly correlated with the frontal, parietal, occipital, and limbic lobes, whereas the PreDPUT is weakly associated with the temporal lobe.
In patients with SLEs, the gray matter volume was less in the temporal lobe, right occipital lobe, and right limbic lobe in comparison to that in the non-SLE patients.
With the help of the graphic cursor from the electronic page of the human brain project from the Allen Institute for Brain Sciences, the gene expression level values, along the different substructures of the limbic lobe and the cerebral nuclei, were identified and registered as well as the standard data (z-score).
Here we see how the neocortex activates the limbic lobe, and this activity gets relayed to the reptilian brain to yield the resultant sigh.
During truthful responses, activated areas included the left inferior and right medial regions of the frontal lobe, the left inferior region of the temporal lobe, and the posterior cingulate gyrus in the limbic lobe.
It's 8:30 a.m., and I am limbering my left limbic lobe in anticipation of slogging through the sequence of the day's agenda, reviewing "to do" lists, as well as memos mistakenly sent to me and more properly handled by those designated to be left limbic for a living (accountants, clerical staff, etc.).
[sup][26] The anterior insular has far-reaching connections with the orbital - frontal lobe, thalamus and limbic lobe and whereas the posterior insular has close interactions with the frontal, temporal, and parietal lobe as well as thalamus.
The archaea can regulate limbic lobe transmission with archaeal cholesterol aromatase/ ring oxidase generated norepinephrine, dopamine, serotonin and acetyl choline [17].
The archaea can regulate limbic lobe transmission with archaeal cholesterol aromatase/ring oxidase generated norepinephrine, dopamine, serotonin and acetyl choline [17].