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E lower brain stem nuclei ipsilateral to their site of entry into the cordE lower brain stem nuclei ipsilateral to their site of entry into the cord
Concerning the distribution and sites of termination of these sensory fibers in the central nervous system (cns), their sites of termination include which of the following regions?. Vertical occipital fasciculus
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H a 72-year-old man presents in the emergency room with dizziness and nystagmusH a 72-year-old man presents in the emergency room with dizziness and nystagmus
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Triangulation of the neurocomputational architecture underpinning reading aloud Paul Hoffman 1,2Triangulation of the neurocomputational architecture underpinning reading aloud Paul Hoffman 1,2
Neuroscience and Aphasia Research Unit (naru), School of Psychological Sciences, University of Manchester, uk. Vertical occipital fasciculus
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Supplementary MaterialSupplementary Material
High-resolution 3-d anatomical images were used for display and anatomical localization. Vertical occipital fasciculus
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Appendix e-1 Methods Injury CharacteristicsAppendix e-1 Methods Injury Characteristics
Loc, neurologic exam, presence of post-traumatic headache and associated injuries at the time of tbi were recorded. These data are presented for each tbi subject in Table e-1. Vertical occipital fasciculus
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Supplemental information Table S1Supplemental information Table S1
In the hypothesis-testing sample subjects performed the same task two times. To ensure comparability between the samples we only considered the first performance on the task in that sample. The experimental procedures of the two samples. Vertical occipital fasciculus
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Vinnytsia national medical university named after m. I. Pirogov neurology departmentVinnytsia national medical university named after m. I. Pirogov neurology department
The patient, whose ct scan is shown in the figure sustained an occlusion of a major artery on the left side of the brain. Which of the following deficits is most likely present in this patient?. Vertical occipital fasciculus
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