transcortical

transcortical

 [trans-kor´tĭ-k'l]
connecting two parts of the cerebral cortex.

trans·cor·ti·cal

(trans-kōr'ti-kăl),
1. Across or through the cortex of the brain, ovary, kidney, or other organ.
2. From one part of the cerebral cortex to another; denoting the various association tracts.

trans·cor·ti·cal

(trans-kōr'ti-kăl)
1. Across or through the cortex of the brain, ovary, kidney, or other organ.
2. From one part of the cerebral cortex to another; denoting the various association tracts.
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Long-latency reflex (LLR), also called transcortical reflex loop, is one of the late responses obtained by submaximal stimulation of a mixed nerve.
Guide wire perforation leading to fatal perirenal haemorrhage from transcortical collaterals after renal artery stent placement.
The fractures were stabilized using single end threaded intramedullary pin or cross transcortical pinning using K wires.
Walter Dandy in 1921 accomplished the first successful resection of a colloid cyst through a transcortical transven-tricular approach5.
The final drill hole gave a slight press-fit of the transcortical implants which were inserted into the holes with 2 to 3 mm left proud of the periosteal surface.
Vinters, "Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease with mixed transcortical aphasia: Insights into echolalia," Behavioural Neurology, vol.
Aphasia testing conducted at that point showed moderate transcortical motor aphasia with moderate apraxia of speech.
All aphasic patients were right-handed, and according to the ABC test, they were classified as mixed transcortical aphasia ( n = 7), Wernicke aphasia ( n = 9), Broca aphasia ( n = 37), global aphasia ( n = 2), and crossed aphasia ( n = 2).

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