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*  Neurophysiology
In this book, he described the pineal gland and what he believed the function was, and was able to draw the corpus striatum ... "Chapter 5. The Corpus Striatum, Rhinencephalon, Connecting Fibers, and Diencephalon". CMSD 620 Neuroanatomy of Speech, ...
*  Internal capsule
... fibers connecting the cortex with the corpus striatum; and fibers passing from the frontal lobe through the medial fifth of the ...
*  Neuron
Medium spiny neurons, most neurons in the corpus striatum. Purkinje cells, huge neurons in the cerebellum, a type of Golgi I ...
*  Thomas Willis
He described the corpora striata and optic thalami; the four orbicular eminences, with the bridge, which he first named annular ... He noted the parallel lines of the mesolobe (corpus callosum), afterwards minutely described by Félix Vicq-d'Azyr. He seems to ...
*  Dynapenia
Haug H, Eggers R (August 1991). "Morphometry of the human cortex cerebri and corpus striatum during aging". Neurobiol Aging. 12 ...
*  Striatopallidal fibres
Wilson SAK (1914). "An experimental research into the anatomy and physiology of the corpus striatum". Brain. 36: 427-92. doi: ... Lentiform nucleus Striatum Kimura M, Kato M, Shimazaki H, Watanabe K, Matsumoto N (December 1996). "Neural information ... are prominent myelinated fibres that connect the striatum to the globus pallidus. Their distinctive appearance allows one to ...
*  History of catecholamine research
They concluded that ″dopamine is concerned with the function of the corpus striatum and thus with the control of motor function ... The concentration was highest in the corpus striatum, which contained only traces of noradrenaline. Carlsson's group had ... who had been introduced to dopamine by Blaschko and was carrying out a colour reaction on extracts of human corpus striatum in ... the reaction vials containing the extracts of the Parkinson's disease striatum showed hardly a tinge of pink discoloration″. In ...
*  Vittorio Marchi
Communicata all'Academia di Medicina di Torino, 1883 - Nota preventiva on fine anatomy of the corpus striatum. Communication of ... Nota preventiva sulla fina anatomia dei corpi striati. ...
*  Cerebral cortex
The putamen and caudate nucleus are also collectively called the corpus striatum after their striped appearance. The ... Examples of neocortical areas include the granular primary motor cortex, also known as Brodmann area 4, and the striate primary ... HUBEL DH, WIESEL TN (October 1959). "Receptive fields of single neurones in the cat's striate cortex". J. Physiol. 148 (3): 574 ... but the two hemispheres are joined at the midline by the corpus callosum. At the cellular and circuit level, the cerebral ...
*  Nerve tract
Projection tracts connect the cerebral cortex with the corpus striatum, diencephalon, brainstem and the spinal cord. The ... which connect the cerebral cortex with the corpus striatum, diencephalon, brain stem and the spinal cord Saladin, Kenneth (2012 ... Examples are the posterior commissure and the corpus callosum. A decussation is a connection made by fibres that cross at ... The great majority of commissural tracts pass through the corpus callosum. A few tracts pass through the much smaller anterior ...
*  Premovement neuronal activity
The corpus striatum is the main input center of the basal ganglia, specifically upper neurons of motor areas in the frontal ... There is another indirect pathway present between the corpus striatum and part of the globus pallidus. This indirect pathway ... The basal ganglia include groups of motor nuclei located deep within the cerebral hemispheres, including the corpus striatum, ...
*  Movement disorders
However Willis' conceptualized the corpus striatum as the seat of motor power in the late 17th century. In mid-19th-century ... movement disorders were localized to striatum by Choreaby Broadbent and Jackson, and athetosis by Hammond. By the late 19th ...
*  Hyperkinesia
The view that the corpus striatum played such a large role in motor functions was the most prominent one until the 19th century ... Soon it would be discovered that the theory about the corpus striatum would not be completely incorrect. By the late 19th ... About a century later, Thomas Willis noticed that the corpus striatum was typically discolored, shrinkened, and abnormally ... John Hughlings Jackson posited that the motor cortex was more relevant to motor function than the corpus striatum after ...
*  Cerebral softening
The floor of the left lateral ventricle, thalamus, and corpus striatum were softened to the point of unrecognition. These ... thalamus and corpus striatum. There were similar right sided numbness in some patients, coldness of the extremities, and ...
*  Timeline of ichthyosaur research
He also noted that its large corpus striatum implied that it had a sophisticated repertoire of instinctive behaviors. He ...
*  Athetosis
Lesions to the brain are most often the direct cause of the symptoms, particularly to the corpus striatum. This symptom does ... as well as the corpus striatum; therefore children during the developmental age could possibly suffer from cognitive deficits ... The striatum receives excitatory inputs from the cortex and inhibits the pallidum. By doing so it frees the thalamus from ... "Effects of hypoxia on the activity of the dopaminergic neuron system in the rat striatum as studied by in vivo brain ...
*  Athymhormia
... in lacunar lesions of the corpus striatum]". Rev. Neurol. (Paris) (in French). 144 (10): 571-7. PMID 3194605. Carota A, Staub F ... The cause of this condition has been hypothesized to derive from abnormalities in the limbic frontal cortex, the striatum, ...
*  Projection fiber
... which connect the cerebral cortex with the corpus striatum, diencephalon, brain stem and the spinal cord. Diagram at ...
*  Association fiber
... which connect the cerebral cortex with the corpus striatum, diencephalon, brain stem and the spinal cord. Standring, Susan ( ...
*  Fencamfamin
In a study on slices of rat corpus striatum and substantia nigra fencamfamin acted as an indirect dopamine agonist. It released ...
*  Dexmethylphenidate
4-dihydroxyphenylethylamine uptake sites in corpus striatum: correlation with the stimulant properties of ritalinic acid esters ... particularly in the striatum and meso-limbic system. Moreover, it is thought to "increase the release of these monoamines into ...
*  Neural pathway
... to the corpus striatum (Latin, "striped body").[citation needed] This naming can extend to include any number of structures in ... Arcuate fasciculus Cerebral peduncle Corpus callosum Pyramidal or corticospinal tract Medial forebrain bundle Posterior column- ... Examples of these include the great commissures of the brain such as the corpus callosum (Latin, "hard body"; not to be ...
*  James Ramsay Hunt
He did major research on the anatomy and disorders of the corpus striatum and the extrapyramidal system, and described several ...
*  Transcranial Doppler
... and the vessels belonging to it supply the thalami and corpora striata; the longer is the cortical system, and its vessels ...
*  Commissural fiber
... which connect the cerebral cortex with the corpus striatum, diencephalon, brain stem and the spinal cord. Kollias, S. (2012). ... A recent study of individuals with agenesis of the corpus callosum suggests that the corpus callosum plays a vital role in ... Aging Age-related decline in the commissury fiber tracts that make up the corpus callosum indicate the corpus callosum is ... The corpus callosum is the largest commissural tract in the human brain. It consists of about 200-300 million axons that ...
*  Cognitive neuroscience of music
Musicians have been found to have more developed anterior portions of the corpus callosum in a study by Cowell et al. in 1992. ... Nucleus accumbens (a part of striatum) is involved in both music related emotions, as well as rhythmic timing. When unpleasant ... in 1995 that found that classical musicians between the ages of 21 and 36 have significantly greater anterior corpora callosa ... ventral striatum, midbrain, and the ventral medial prefrontal cortex. Many of these areas appear to be linked to reward, ...