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99% - Lea Angst Zusammenfassungen Medizin Zurich 3von3

- ZNS basal, inferior  hirnbasis wärts superior  Richtung Schädeldach anterior/rostral  zur Stirne hin posterior  Richtung Os occiput Lea Angst 2 A_ZNS Makroskopie Prof. 29/07/2019

88% - CM neuroanatomie (OK)

• • • • Antérieur / rostral = vers l'avant Postérieur / caudal = vers l'arrière. 06/12/2016

78% - Fascicules de Travaux pratiques

Fascicules de Travaux pratiques O S T E O L O G I E LABORATOIRE D’ANATOMIE ET D’ORGANOGENESE ____________ FACULTE DE MEDECINE, PHARMACIE ET D’ODONTOLOGIE TERMINOLOGIE DE L’ANATOMIE  LA POSITION ANATOMIQUE convention mondiale « Etre humain, vivant, debout, la tête droite, le regard horizontal, les membres supérieurs pendant le long du corps, la paume des mains tournée en avant, le petit doigt sur la couture du pantalon, les talons joints, les pieds dirigés en avant »  LES AXES PRINCIPAUX DU CORPS • Axe longitudinal ou vertical • Axe transversal ou horizontal • Axe sagittal TERMINOLOGIE DE L’ANATOMIE  LES PLANS PRINCIPAUX DU CORPS • Plan sagittal  Plan sagittal médian  Autres plans sagittaux ou Parasagittaux • Plan frontal coronal /axe du corps • Plan transversal ou horizontal  LES DIRECTIONS Crânial – Caudal Supérieur-Inférieur Médian-Médial-Latéral Profond-Superficiel Proximal-Distal Rostral-Antérieur-Postérieur Ventral-Dorsal TERMINOLOGIE DE L’ANATOMIE  LES DIRECTIONS OSTEOLOGIE  CLASSIFICATION  Os longs : 18/04/2014

66% - journal.pone.0063441

Complex social laughter types (CSL, i.e., joyful and taunting laughter) which were termed ‘‘emotional’’ laughter types in our previous report [7] elicited stronger cerebral responses in the anterior rostral mediofrontal cortex (arMFC) known to be activated during mentalizing tasks (i.e., inferring states of minds or intentions, [8]). 09/12/2013

65% - le cerveau d'einstein

by an erroneous historical claim that human brains manifest a so-called lunate sulcus that is homologous to the Affenspalte (‘ape sulcus’) that forms the rostral boundary of the primary visual cortex [Brodmann area (BA) 17] on the lateral surface of the brain in apes and some monkeys (Smith, 1904, 1925). 28/07/2015

65% - Carr et al 2017 (1)

rostral end of the choana on the maxilla above alveolus 7; 17/12/2018

60% - Khodosevichet al 2009

One robust migration route persists postnatally – the rostral migratory stream (RMS). 27/11/2010

58% - corps calleux d'einstein

In most of the genu, midbody, isthmus and part of the splenium, Einstein’s corpus callosum is thicker than the mean callosal thickness of the young controls (green), but thinner in the most rostral body (Fig. 28/07/2015

57% - RUSSIE 2020

RUSSIE 2020 Club LoisirS 49 & 13/05/2019

56% - Paretroplus maromandia

Paretroplus maromandia is also characterized by an elevated lateral line scale count (40 or 41), and a pronounced dorsal concavity rostral to the orbit, owing to possession of both a conspicuous interorbital bump and a straight, comparatively weakly sloping snout. 26/10/2013

40% - bisphenol et hyperactivité (1)

Representative immunohistochemistry images of rostral hypothalamus in larval zebrafish exposed to 0.0068 μM BPA at 0–5 dpf. 17/01/2015

40% - PNAS 2013 Aharoni 6223 8

Kiehl KA, Liddle PF, Hopfinger JB (2000) Error processing and the rostral anterior cingulate: 01/11/2013

39% - frontal

The most rostral aspect of the developing neopallium in primitive species constitutes what is to become the prefrontal cortex. 06/09/2011

35% - baillement orl (1)

baillement orl (1) Le bâillement : 06/07/2016

34% - dmn ca

An Austrian neurologist, Constantin von Economo (1876–1931), reported that this state of prolonged sleepiness was due to injury to the posterior hypothalamus and rostral midbrain. 07/08/2013

33% - PDF 9545

rostral, loreals (defined as the scales between nasal, upper labials and perioculars), perioculars, apicals, frontal (when fragmented, the number of fragments was recorded), parietals (when fragmented, the number of fragments was recorded) and subocular (following the method proposed by Vacher & 24/06/2016

33% - ODORAT

Axons of the mitral and tufted cells of each bulb coalesce and form the olfactory tract, one on each side, which conveys olfactory information ipsilaterally to the primary olfactory cortex (anterior olfactory nucleus, olfactory tubercle, anterior and posterior piriform cortex, amygdala, and rostral entorhinal cortex). 06/10/2013

31% - jocn a 00459

To reduce the ambiguity from the confluence of the PCS and the cingulate sulcus with the superior rostral sulcus (Paus et al., 1996), we determined the anterior limit of the PCS as the point at which the sulcus extends posteriorly from an imaginary vertical line running perpendicular to the line passing through the anterior and posterior commissures (AC–PC) and parallel to the anterior commissure (Huster et al., 2007; 29/11/2013

28% - Duffau

Given that the cingulum provides strong connections between the rostral medial prefrontal cortex–anterior cingulate and the medial posterior parietal cortex (including the pos­ terior cingulate cortex and ventral precuneus), the cingu­ lum is likely to shape the structural connectivity of the default mode network, as recently suggested by two m­ultimodal imaging studies.84,85 In summary, accuracy of identification (emotional empathy) and attribution of mental states (high-level inferential mentalization) correlate with the degree of virtual disconnection in the AF–SLF complex and the cingulum, respectively.81 Toward an integrated multimodal model The original insights provided by DES strongly support the idea that cerebral functions are underpinned by extensive circuits comprising both cortical epicentres (‘topos’, or sites) and connections between these ‘hubs’, created through association of bundles of white matter (‘hodos’, or pathways).86,87 In this hodotopical model, which challenges the traditional localizationist view, neuro­logical function arises from synchronization between different epicentres, working in phase during a given task. 08/02/2016