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.

transcortical

/trans·cor·ti·cal/ (trans-kor´tĭ-k'l) connecting two parts of the cerebral cortex.

transcortical

[trans·kor′ti·kəl]
Etymology: L, trans, across + cortex, bark
connecting two different parts of the cerebral cortex; dependent on disease of the tracts connecting different 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.

transcortical

connecting two parts of the cerebral cortex.
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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).
NF_E 18 14 --Afasia no fluente mixta moderada NF_P --Apiaxia del habla moderada a severa 19 24 --Afasia no fluente mixla moderada NF_P --Apiaxia del habla moderada 20 1 --Afasia transcortical mixta severa NF_E 21 11 --Afasia Anomica leve F_E 22 33 --Afasia no fluente mixla severa NF_P --Apraxia del habla moderada * Tiempo Post-AVE: Tiempo transcurrido desde el accidente vascular encefalico al momento de la aplicacion del experimento psicolinguistico de denominacion.
2011) (noting the effect that transcortical motor aphasia, a permanent brain injury, had on defendant's language skills, speech skills, and ability to comprehend trial proceedings); DSM-5, supra note 12, at 594-95 tbl.
sup][2] Among different surgical modalities for hematoma removal, transsylvian-transinsular (TS-TI) approach is surprising because of good functional prognosis as compared with transcortical approach.
Regarnding to anothers variations of hemispherectomy, it has been described the cerebral hemicorticectomy (64), the hemispheric deafferentation, transcortical subinsular hemispherotomy (54,62), or the transopercular hemispherotomy (21).
Sin embargo, los efectos de la TRIA en SC podrian coincidir para casos de afasias fluidas como Wernicke y transcortical sensorial, ya que presentan similitudes en las caracteristicas linguisticas.
Studies on spinal reflexes indicate a shift of spinal cord motoneurons towards increased activity in response to peripheral stimulation [84, 85] and increased response to muscle stretch [83], with a possible contribution of transcortical long-latency stretch reflex [86].
Bone erosion was scored as 0, none; 1, minor erosion(s) observed only at HMF; 2, moderate erosion(s) observed at low magnification; 3, severe transcortical or subtranscortical erosion(s).
Algumas dessas areas sao responsaveis pelas habilidades de ordenacao dos movimentos da fala, gerando as afasias nao fluentes, que envolvem as afasias globais, mistas, de Broca e Transcortical motora.
Following lesion to the right dorsolateral area, a transcortical motor aprosodia is expected (Ross, 1981), whereas a left-sided dorsolateral lesion will produce a decline in verbal fluency on word generation tasks and so-called extrasylvian (transcortical) motor aphasia (Ardila, 2014; Berthier, 1999).
Studies done on transcortical tumors by Tschirhart et al [5] [6] modeled tumor volumes as isotropic hyperelastic with Mooney-Rivlin strain energy and permeability.

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