A la folie

A la folie

Basal nuclei and related structures : Caudate nucleus, Head of caudate nucleus, Body of caudate nucleus, Tail of caudate nucleus, Lentiform nucleus; Lenticular nucleus, Internal capsule, Caudolenticular grey bridges; Transcapsular grey bridges, Anterior limb of internale capsule, Anterior thalamic radiation, Frontopontine fibres, Genu of internal capsule, Corticonuclear fibres, Posterior limb of internale capsule, Central thalamic radiation, Thalamus

Basal nuclei and related structures : Caudate nucleus, Head of caudate nucleus, Body of caudate nucleus, Tail of caudate nucleus, Lentiform nucleus; Lenticular nucleus, Internal capsule, Caudolenticular grey bridges; Transcapsular grey bridges, Anterior limb of internale capsule, Anterior thalamic radiation, Frontopontine fibres, Genu of internal capsule, Corticonuclear fibres, Posterior limb of internale capsule, Central thalamic radiation, Thalamus

The caudate nucleus plays an important role in the brain of many animals including humans. It is essential for abilities such as memory and learning, although it is also active whenever a person is getting information from his or her senses. Nucleus is the name given to parts of the brain containing a higher density of neurons than other locations. This structure plays a role in a person's ability to understand language and a risk of developing obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

The caudate nucleus plays an important role in the brain of many animals including humans. It is essential for abilities such as memory and learning, although it is also active whenever a person is getting information from his or her senses. Nucleus is the name given to parts of the brain containing a higher density of neurons than other locations. This structure plays a role in a person's ability to understand language and a risk of developing obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

MRI scans of a PANDAS patient

MRI scans of a PANDAS patient

Because of its anatomical proximity to the caudate nucleus, the stria terminalis, which represents a major efferent pathway of the amygdala to the hypothalamus, is included as well. Description from what-when-how.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Because of its anatomical proximity to the caudate nucleus, the stria terminalis, which represents a major efferent pathway of the amygdala to the hypothalamus, is included as well. Description from what-when-how.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Structures of the brain that were investigated in the research published in the journal Plos One. The caudate nucleus, which was found to be able to predict levels of autistic traits in ADHD participants, is shown in red.

Why it's time to investigate the overlap between autism and ADHD

The basal ganglia are masses of nuclei, of gray matter found deep in the brain which are involved in the control of movement sequences such as in walking. It is made up of the globus pallidus, caudate nucleus, putamen, substantia nigra, and subthalamic nuclei.

The basal ganglia are masses of nuclei, of gray matter found deep in the brain which are involved in the control of movement sequences such as in walking. It is made up of the globus pallidus, caudate nucleus, putamen, substantia nigra, and subthalamic nuclei.

Role of Dopamine in the Primate Caudate Nucleus in Reward Modulation of Saccades (Behavioural Systems and Cognitive Learning)

Role of Dopamine in the Primate Caudate Nucleus in Reward Modulation of Saccades (Behavioural Systems and Cognitive Learning)

Why it's time to investigate the overlap between autism and ADHD

Why it's time to investigate the overlap between autism and ADHD

Supernatural Function of the Caudate Nucleus

Supernatural Function of the Caudate Nucleus

The cortico–subcortical network that underlies neglect. The putamen, caudate nucleus & pulvinar are the subcortical nuclei that are associated w/ neglect. known to have direct anatomical connections w/ the superior temporal cortex. superior temporal gyrus (STG) is the area that is involved in pts w/ neglect after cortical damage. Lesions confined to either the parietal or the frontal lobe (Brodmann areas 40 or 44) are rarely associated w/ spatial neglect (parietal lobe 4–5%; frontal lobe…

The cortico–subcortical network that underlies neglect. The putamen, caudate nucleus & pulvinar are the subcortical nuclei that are associated w/ neglect. known to have direct anatomical connections w/ the superior temporal cortex. superior temporal gyrus (STG) is the area that is involved in pts w/ neglect after cortical damage. Lesions confined to either the parietal or the frontal lobe (Brodmann areas 40 or 44) are rarely associated w/ spatial neglect (parietal lobe 4–5%; frontal lobe…

The corpus striatum, or "striped body" consists of the basal ganglia (basal nucleus) and the internal capsule. The basal ganglia, which is the largest subcortical structure in the brain, is located near the thalamus. There are important extra pyramidal tract connections between the basal ganglia and the ventral lateral motor nucleus of the thalamus. The basal ganglia consists of the caudate nucleus and the lenticular nucleus, the latter consisting of the putamen and the globus pallidus.

The corpus striatum, or "striped body" consists of the basal ganglia (basal nucleus) and the internal capsule. The basal ganglia, which is the largest subcortical structure in the brain, is located near the thalamus. There are important extra pyramidal tract connections between the basal ganglia and the ventral lateral motor nucleus of the thalamus. The basal ganglia consists of the caudate nucleus and the lenticular nucleus, the latter consisting of the putamen and the globus pallidus.

Dopaminergic Pathways

Dopaminergic Pathways

Caudate Nucleus Function | Caudate Nucleus

Caudate Nucleus Function | Caudate Nucleus

Your brain on autopilot: Alzheimer's disease patients have a larger caudate nucleus

Your brain on autopilot: Alzheimer's disease patients have a larger caudate nucleus

basal ganglia caudate nucleus and putamen and thalamus and tail of caudate nucleus

basal ganglia caudate nucleus and putamen and thalamus and tail of caudate nucleus

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