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tha·lam·ic

(thă-lam'ik),
Relating to the thalamus.
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tha·lam·ic

(thă-lam'ik)
Relating to the thalamus.
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Sekulic's study is one of the most recent and takes the data further than others, but he is not alone in arguing that thalamic development and other markers argue for the possibility of earlier pain perception in the unborn child.
An infarct of the AOP results in bilateral paramedian thalamic ischemia.
Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography were performed revealing a right thalamic abscess as well as extensive cerebral venous thrombosis involving the left IJV, left straight, and sigmoid and transverse sinuses [Figure 1].
"In this large cohort of MS patients and healthy controls, we have reported, for the first time, iron increasing in the basal ganglia but decreasing in thalamic structures," Zivadinov said in a statement.
At autopsy, severe thalamic neuronal loss and gliosis are characteristically seen in postmortem brains of FFI patients, usually without a concomitant spongiform change.
This process creates what is termed a functional disorganization of nonspecific pathways in midbrain and thalamic areas."
Semantic fluency was the only test showing a correlation with CMB number in various locations (r=-0.245, p=0.024 for total CMBs; r=-0.246, p=0.023 for supratentorial CMBs; r=-0.202, p=0.064 for lobar CMBs; r=-0.230, p=0.037 for cortical CMBs; r=-0.290, p=0.007 for thalamic CMBs).
Since its first uses, the advantages of DBS technology have been highlighted, among which good specificity, and the reversible inhibitory effect on the thalamic motor nucleus.
In some specific forms of dystonia, including CD, gross thalamic volume reduction was detected (4).
MRI Brain with contrast was done, which revealed right thalamic high signal intensity suggesting oedema on T2 fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) image (Figure 1A) and patchy areas of diffusion restriction noted in the same region (Figure 1B).