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sub·cor·ti·cal

(sŭb-kōr'ti-kăl),
Relating to the subcortex; beneath the cerebral cortex.

sub·cor·ti·cal

(sŭb-kōr'ti-kăl)
Relating to the subcortex; beneath the cerebral cortex.

subcortical

(sŭb-kor′tĭ-kăl)
Pert. to the region beneath the cerebral cortex.
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Using the fMRI data, the researchers found that while listening to music, specific musical anhedonics presented a reduction in the activity of the Nucleus Accumbens, a key subcortical structure of the reward network.
Diffusion weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI- MRI) revealed multiple hyperintensities in bilateral subcortical white matter with low ADC values (Figure 1 A, B).
Conclusion: Hypovitaminosis D is a biomarker of cortical and subcortical cognitive deficits in patients with PDD.
Statistical parametric maps were projected onto 3D morphed brain surface to visualize the cortex activation, and onto 2D T1-weighted images to visualize activation in subcortical structures by using BrainVoyager QX 2.8.
Rare presentation of unilateral weakness, involuntary movements and ataxia with subcortical T2 hypointensity in a diabetic patient: a case report.
Imaging findings are that of a nonspecific leukodystrophy with sparing of subcortical U fibers and early cerebellar involvement.
There was an inverse association for baseline ABB in a range of subcortical regions and the precuneus with reported night sleep hours.
Megalencephalic leukoencephalopathy (MLC) is an uncommon neurodegenerative disorder characterized by infantile-onset megalencephaly and cerebral leukoencephalopathy, particularly subcortical cysts in the anterior temporal area of the brain.
Adult beetles (6 to 9 mm) and exuvia were found in the chamber and subcortical area of the sporophore.
Alzheimer's disease (11, 16, 19, 20), subcortical vascular dementia (14), cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (17, 21, 22), and stroke (23), as well as insufficient adjustment for other neuroimaging markers of small-vessel disease including white matter lesions (WML), or lacunar infarctions (11, 13); and absence of detailed cognitive profiling may be among the reasons for observed heterogeneity of these studies.
Neuroimaging findings generally show subcortical leukoencephalopathy, cerebellar atrophy and changes in dentate nuclei and putamen (4).
MRI brain done on the same day (Figure 1) showed bilateral, symmetrical vasogenic oedema involving both frontal and posterior parieto-occipital, cerebellar hemispheres, and predominantly the cortex and subcortical white matter regions.