Human head and neck Basal ganglia disease

Parkinson’s disease Definition of Parkinson’s DiseaseParkinson’s disease Definition of Parkinson’s Disease
Neurodegenerative disease of the dopaminergic neurones in the substantia nigra, characterized by bradykinesia, rigidity, tremor and postural instability. Basal ganglia disease
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Mitochondrial Disorders Met5 Mitochondrial DisordersMitochondrial Disorders Met5 Mitochondrial Disorders
Mepop = mitochondrial encephalomyopathy with polyneuropathy, ophthalmoplegia, pseudoobstruction. Basal ganglia disease
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New designationNew designation
Additional clinical manifestations may include intellectual disability, microcephaly. Basal ganglia disease
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Modulation of Movement by the Basal GangliaModulation of Movement by the Basal Ganglia
Identify the major components of the basal ganglia, including the parts of the dorsal motor stream and ventral limbic stream. Basal ganglia disease
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Modulation of Movement by the Basal Ganglia—Normal and Abnormal MovementModulation of Movement by the Basal Ganglia—Normal and Abnormal Movement
Discuss the critical role of dopamine in facilitating the function of basal ganglia circuitry. Basal ganglia disease
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The California Parkinson’s Disease Registry Implementation Guide Table of ContentsThe California Parkinson’s Disease Registry Implementation Guide Table of Contents
Cpdr. In addition, the guide defines the specific data elements to be included in the Parkinson’s disease case reports; describes how to create the appropriate, valid electronic message for transmission. Basal ganglia disease
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The basal gangliaThe basal ganglia
Components: caudate nucleus + putamen = striatum; putamen + pallidum = nucleus lentiformis putamen+caudate = neostriatum; pallidum = paleostriatum; Neostriatum + paleostriatum = corpus striatum. Other components: subthalamic nucleus. Basal ganglia disease
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General pointsGeneral points
The cortical motor areas receive subcortical input from multiple sources but the most substantial source is from various portions of the ventrolateral thalamus. Basal ganglia disease
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Neuroscience 7c Basal Ganglia and CerebellumNeuroscience 7c Basal Ganglia and Cerebellum
Draw a diagram of the component structures of the basal ganglia and indicate how they interact. Basal ganglia disease
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9 Surgical Management of Parkinson’s Disease and Other Movement Disorders Mrs r mitchell9 Surgical Management of Parkinson’s Disease and Other Movement Disorders Mrs r mitchell
The surgical management of Parkinson’s disease is best understood from a historical perspective, the work of the early movement disorder surgeons contributing to the understanding of the motor pathways. Basal ganglia disease
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Background Role of the basal ganglia in control of movementsBackground Role of the basal ganglia in control of movements
The relationship of basal ganglia with movement has been strongly suggested by clinical studies on motor disorders related to dysfunction of the basal ganglia, e g., Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and Huntington’s disease. Basal ganglia disease
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