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Changes in red nucleus after pyramidal tract injury in patients with cerebral infarct.
It appears that RN in affected hemispheres show elevated levels of neuronal activity during the early stage in patients with a corona radiata infarct, which suggests that RNs in affected Hemispheres are used to compensate for PT injury. Expand
A comparison of microstructural maturational changes of the corpus callosum in preterm and full-term children: a diffusion tensor imaging study
The present study shows that thinning of the CC is correlated with lower FA value and that it is more pronounced in preterm children, and the isthmus was found to be the most vulnerable subdivision in pre term children. Expand
Functional Role of the Corticoreticular Pathway in Chronic Stroke Patients
The increased fiber volume of the CRP in the unaffected hemisphere seems to be related to walking ability in patients with chronic stroke, and the compensation of theCRP inThe unaffected hemisphere seem to be one of the mechanisms for recovery of walking ability after stroke. Expand
The Ascending Reticular Activating System from Pontine Reticular Formation to the Thalamus in the Human Brain
The reconstructed ARAS originated from the pontine RF, ascended through the mesencephalic tegmentum just posterior to the red nucleus, and then terminated on the intralaminar nuclei of the thalamus. Expand
Corticoreticular pathway in the human brain: Diffusion tensor tractography study
The corticoreticular pathway, which originated from the premotor cortex, descended through the corona radiata and the posterior limb of the internal capsule anterior to the corticospinal tract, and terminated at the pontomedullary reticular formation. Expand
Precommissural Fornix in the Human Brain: A Diffusion Tensor Tractography Study
The methodology and results of this study would be helpful to future research on the precommissural fornix and in the elucidation of the pathology of diseases involving the pre commissuralFornix. Expand
Proximal weakness due to injury of the corticoreticular pathway in a patient with traumatic brain injury.
The proximal weakness of the right shoulder and hip observed in this patient appeared to be attributed to injury of the left CRP. Expand
Location of the corticospinal tract at the corona radiata in human brain
It was found that the CST for the hand descended through about one quarter (medio-lateral direction) and two-thirds (antero-posterior direction) at the CR. Expand
Evidence of Corticospinal Tract Injury at Midbrain in Patients With Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Injury of the corticospinal tract at the midbrain appears to be one of the various pathophysiological mechanisms for motor weakness after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Expand
Periventricular White Matter Injury by Primary Intraventricular Hemorrhage: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
Periventricular white matter (fornix, CC, and CR) injury following IVH is found and it is thought that this result would be helpful in the establishment of management strategies for patients with IVH. Expand