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sul·cal

(sŭl'kăl),
Relating to a sulcus.

sul·cal

(sŭl'kăl)
Relating to a sulcus.
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The hypothecal interpretation is in light of gonyaulacalean relationships (two asymmetric antapical plates of different size and no posterior intercalary plate) with a posterior sulcal plate outside the depressed longitudinal furrow (Fraga et al., 2011; Hoppenrath et al., 2014; opposed to Litaker et al., 2009).
Meredith, "Cross-modal circuitry between auditory and somatosensory areas of the cat anterior ectosylvian sulcal cortex: a 'new' inhibitory form of multisensory convergence," Cerebral Cortex, vol.
*Persistent symptoms and signs >24 h, progression within a period of time, with or without neurological deficits.[sup][51] *Brain MRI (≥1.5T): one or multiple lesions, at least one lesion with mass effect, with or without edema, and the size of the lesion in the long dimension ≥2 cm.[sup][2],[8],[31],[38] *Mass effect rating scale:[sup][29] (a) mild: sulcal effacement; (b) moderate: ventricular compression; (c) severe: midline shift, or uncal herniation, or subfalcine herniation.
Another important finding in CT was cortical thinning and sulcal widening.
Measurements from the core to the proximal edge of each annulus, along the ventral sulcal ridge, were completed with a digital image-processing system for all otoliths processed from 1995 through 1998.
2012) typically recapitulate the human condition, showing nonspecific sulcal widening and hyperintensities in lentiform nuclei (i.e., putamen and globus pallidus of the basal ganglia) (Torisu et al.
Along this biochemical biomarkers, imaging studies in schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders have found greater volume loss in the superior part of the corona radiata [117] as well as smaller neocortical grey matter volumes with larger sulcal CSF relative volumes [118], as a potential further biomarker of psychotic trails in schizotypal individuals compared to healthy controls.
This revealed diffuse sulcal effacement and obliterated basal cisterns suggestive of SAH (Figure 1).
The Destrieux atlas involves both gyral and sulcal structures for bilateral hemispheric parcellation.
Bottlaender et al., "Sulcal morphology as a new imaging marker for the diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer's disease," Neurobiology of Aging, vol.
The FLAIR sequence of the brain revealed abnormal sulcal hyper-intensity over the cerebral convexities (Figure 1) (the patient was not on supplemental oxygen).
Mild sulcal FLAIR hyperintensity and leptomeningeal enhancement on post contrast T1W images have been described as early findings that precede the clinical presentation [5].