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  • cerebral hemispheres
  • The reality of certain fissures which appeared in the medial wall of the cerebral hemispheres of the human embryo between the second and the fourth months was under debate from 1868 to 1904. (edu.au)
  • occipital
  • CT scan of the head at age 72 years shows (A) prominent cal-carine and Sylvian fissures and marked atrophy of the medial aspects of the occipital lobes and insular regions. (clicktocurecancer.info)
  • B. Horizontal slice of the brain shows cortical and white matter atrophy of the medial occipital lobes. (clicktocurecancer.info)
  • prelimbic
  • We used an electron microscopic immunocytochemical approach to compare the distribution of DAT protein in the dorsolateral striatum and the deep layers of the prelimbic PFC. (jneurosci.org)
  • habits
  • Lynch, 74-75) The formation of new motor (and perhaps "cognitive") habits requires the striatum. (richardsonthebrain.com)
  • How these properties of habits map onto neural circuitry has been the focus of classic lesion and chemical inactivation studies, which have identified regions of the striatum as essential for the expression of habits ( 2 ⇓ - 4 ). (pnas.org)
  • brain
  • Meckel (1815) thought that fissures appeared on the medial wall which later "grew into each other, so that the surface of the brain both inside and outside again becomes smooth. (edu.au)