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13 Possible Causes for Heschl's, convolutions, transverse

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  • Familial Porencephaly

    Heschl coined the term in 1859 (Gr. poros , meaning “opening” or “passage”) to describe full-thickness defects in the cerebral mantle that allowed for communication between[] (D) transverse images, (E) coronal, (F) sagittal.[] They are usually caused by injuries to the fetal or newborn brain before full development of the convolutions or gyri (singular gyrus) on the surface of the cerebrum, especially[]

  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Chiari, and brother to rhinolaryngologist Ottokar Chiari, Chiari studied medicine in Vienna, where he was an assistant to Karl Freiherr von Rokitansky and Richard Ladislaus Heschl[] Figure 1: MRI Transverse section of spinal cord, T2 weighted image, arrow showing syrinx in central cord Figure 2: MRI Transverse section of spinal cord, T1 weighted image[] Its cortical surface is covered with finely spaced parallel grooves, in striking contrast to the broad irregular convolutions of the cerebral cortex and these parallel grooves[]

  • Acquired Porencephaly

    […] cavities in the cerebral mantle ( Heschl 1859 ).[] Flaring Transverse and sagittal images demonstrating flaring in a premature infant.[] Lissencephala or agyria Q - characterized by the absence of cerebral convolutions and poorly formed sylvian fissure giving the appearance of 3-4 month fetal brain IV.[]

  • Hallucinogen Hallucinosis

    Penfield found that stimulation of the anterior transverse temporal gyrus of Heschl within the Sylvian fissure produced nonlinguistic simple sounds (eg, buzzing or whistling[] […] sniffing movements 5 Olfactory Auras of temporal lobe epilepsy 6 Temporal lobe Multisensory hallucination excluding somatic sensations- scenic hallucination 1st temporal convolution[] Most of the laws that impact absinthe in the US are out-dated, convoluted, unevenly enforced, and misunderstood even by those charged with enforcing them. 1.[]

  • Anterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

    The left middle cerebral artery provides Broca's area , Wernicke's area , Heschl's gyrus , and the angular gyrus with blood.[] On the MRA the right transverse sinus is not visualized.[] […] inferior divisions- the entire superolateral surface of frontal and parietal lobe except frontal pole, strip along the superomedial frontal and parietal cortex, occipital lobe convolutions[]

  • Commissural Facial Cleft

    Heschls gyrus and the adjoining part of the superior temporal gyrus serve as the primary auditory receiving area.[] PURPOSE: To evaluate the commissural symmetry and commissural migration among patients with unilateral transverse facial cleft.[] CONCLUSIONS: The authors conclude that Z-plasty or W-plasty is unnecessary in repair of a transverse facial cleft.[]

  • Uncinate Seizure

    .- Auditory: Stimuli of the transverse gyrus of Heschl of the temporal lobe, may elicit auditory events.[] The semilunar gyrus is best identified by the semilunar sulcus .The inferior surface of the uncus is crossed by a transverse marking; the band of Giacomini, which represents[] Two years previously Broca had definitoly associated loss of speech with disease of the posterior part of the third left frontal convolution.[]

  • Moore-Federman Syndrome

    Hayden W Head, MD, Department of Radiology, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA ; Vinay R Kandula, MBBS; Avrum N Pollock, MD Morphometric Analysis of Heschl’s[] Intraoperatively in the current case, thickening of the transverse carpal ligament was seen.[] […] dysostosis 759.89 Papillon-Léage and Psaume syndrome (orodigitofacial dysostosis) 759.89 Persistence, persistent (congenital) 759.89 communication - see Fistula, congenital convolutions[]

  • Cortical Blindness

    Morphology of Heschl’s gyrus reflects enhanced activation in the auditory cortex of musicians.[] The magnetic resonance venography showed thrombosis in transverse and sigmoid sinus. She was treated with corticosteroids and her mental status and vision improved.[] Most mammals have a cerebral cortex that is convoluted with the peaks known as gyri and the troughs or grooves known as sulci.[]

  • Absent Auditory Canals

    […] the brainstem up to the level of the medial geniculate, and therefore auditory signals are bilaterally distributed in the brainstem, thalamus and primary auditory cortex (Heschl's[] Temporal bone fractures can be classified as longitudinal or transverse.[] Aimé (loved) Aimée Amy, (loved) à la carte side order (not part of le menu) Alain Alan, Allen alambiqué (adj) - convoluted, involved, obsure À la prochaine Until next time[]