inferior horn of lateral ventricle

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in·fe·ri·or horn of lat·er·al ven·tri·cle

the part of the lateral ventricle extending downward and forward into the medial part of the temporal lobe. See: lateral ventricle.
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It returns a new, full-volume spatially corrected and anatomically labeled dataset with two printable patient reports containing the absolute and relative volumes of the hippocampus, temporal horn, and other structures.
Researchers examined the association between Body Mass Index (BMI), waist circumference, waist to hip ratio, CT-based measures of abdominal fat, with MRI measures of total brain volume (TCBV), temporal horn volume (THV), white matter hyperintensity volume (WMHV) and brain infarcts in the middle-aged participants.
Moreover, a subset of 198 individuals underwent volumetric brain MRI to evaluate 2 recognized markers of early AD pathology, the temporal horn volume (THV), which is an inverse measure of hippocampal volume, and the total cerebral brain volume (TCBV).
The protocol generates an automated segmentation of the patient's brain and compares the volume size of the hippocampus and the temporal horn of the lateral ventricle against normal volumes.
The RE46C180's horn synchronization enables designers to easily synchronize temporal horn patterns in multiple-detector systems--a first for residential systems.
Focusing on one particular location, the temporal horn of the lateral ventricle may prove helpful.
Two measures of brain aging were assessed- total cerebral brain volume and temporal horn (a region of the brain) volume, both of which are markers of early AD pathology and subsequent dementia risk.
The medial temporal structural assessment could either be done qualitatively, on the hippocampus, choroidal fissure, or temporal horn, or quantitatively on hippocampus, entorhinal cortex, or parahippocampal gyrus.
Volumetric measurements were made of the temporal horn and entorhinal cortex by enlarging regions of interest.
In cases of suspected meningitis, a subtle communicating hydrocephalus may be the only imaging sign at presentation, so careful evaluation for dilatation of the temporal horns and third ventricle is required.
There are two short occipital horns and three temporal horns on each side, of which the external horns are the shortest (Horowitz, 1955; Sherbrooke, 2003).
Areas of breakdown are seen within the tumour, notably surrounding the occipital and temporal horns of the right lateral ventricle (Fig.