postcentral

post·cen·tral

(pōst-sen'trăl),
Referring to the cerebral convolution forming the posterior bank of the central sulcus: the postcentral gyrus.

postcentral

/post·cen·tral/ (-sen´tral) posterior to a center, as the postcentral gyrus.

postcentral

(pōst-sĕn′trăl) [″ + Gr. kentron, center]
1. Situated or happening behind a center.
2. Located behind the fissure of Rolando.
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Responses of precentral cells during cooling of postcentral cortex in conscious monkeys.
The posterior portion of insula is composed of two long gyri of insula, and the postcentral insular sulcus which separetes them (17,18).
Results: Compared with the healthy control group, the two schizophrenia groups showed significantly increased ReHo in the right caudate and inferior temporal gyrus and decreased ReHo in the bilateral postcentral gyrus and thalamus and the right inferior occipital gyrus (false discovery rate corrected, P < 0.
Se ha documentado, por medio de observaciones de resonancia nuclear magnetica cerebral llevadas a cabo en madres entre la segunda y cuarta semana de posparto, un incremento en la sustancia gris de algunas regiones del cerebro como la corteza prefrontal, el giro precentral y postcentral, el talamo, el lobulo parietal en sus caras superior e inferior y la insula (30).
the precentral "motor cortex" received sensory information, and motor effects can be obtained on stimulation of the "sensory," postcentral gyrus.
Component 15 from the SBM analysis showed differences in the brains of schizophrenic and healthy volunteers in the middle frontal gyrus, precentral gyrus, subgyrus, postcentral gyrus, superior frontal gyrus, medial frontal gyrus, cingulate gyrus, and superior temporal gyrus.
Cortical cluster ROIs Motor, premotor cortex Caudal middle frontal Precentral Frontal pole Dorsal lateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) Rostral middle frontal Pars triangularis Pars orbitalis Cingulate motor area (CMA) Rostral anterior cingulate Posterior cingulate Supplementary motor area (SMA) Paracentral Superior frontal Parietal lobe Postcentral Supramarginal Superior parietal Inferior parietal Subcortical Thalamus proper Caudate Putamen Pallidum Accumbens area Brainstem Brainstem Table 3: Identified connections with significant group-wise differences.
Enlargements were seen bilaterally in the superior temporal, posterior middle temporal, and inferior postcentral gyri, and superior frontal gyrus, straight gyrus, cuneus, and precuneus in the medial views of the right hemisphere [55].
Further, sLORETA analysis in a MGT task revealed that alcoholics, as compared with control subjects, showed significantly lower P3-related current density activations at cingulate gyrus, along with significantly reduced N2-related current density at postcentral gyrus, inferior frontal gyrus, and precentral gyrus during both loss and gain conditions (Kamarajan et al.
At the Frey Lab at the University of Missouri, studies are underway to demonstrate that neuroplasticity occurs in the precentral and postcentral gyrus of the cerebral cortex in conjunction with applied stimulation and/or intentional manipulation of objects when performing a functional task (Shigaki, 2013).