medial thalamus

medial thalamus

The surface of the thalamus that constitutes the upper part of the lateral wall of the third ventricle, and which is connected to the corresponding surface of the opposite thalamus by a flattened grey band (the interthalamic adhesion).
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Based on FDG-PET findings, brain metabolism significantly decreased in the orbital gyrus, cingulate gyrus, and medial thalamus but increased in the parietal and occipital convexity in Group A compared with that in the control" should be changed to "There were no significant differences in the cognitive tests between Group A and Group B.
Figure-2: FLAIR axial sections; hyperintense symmetrical lesions seen in tegmentum, pons, mesencephalon, periaqueductal gray matter, hypothalamus, optic tract and the medial thalamus bilaterally.
Non-depressed mothers activated much more strongly than depressed mothers in a subcortical cluster involving the striatum - specifically the caudate and nucleus accumbens - and the medial thalamus. These areas are closely associated with the processing of rewards and motivation.
Subnucleus-specific loss of neurons in medial thalamus of schizophrenics.
IBS patients had urge-related responses in the primary sensory cortex and pain-related responses in the medial thalamus and hippocampus that were absent in the controls.
This contrasted with findings of urge-related responses in the primary sensory cortex and pain-related responses in the medial thalamus and hippocampus in the IBS patients that were absent in the controls.
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