- n. Plural form of commissure.
“The patients had undergone a midline surgical section of the corpus callosum and other forebrain commissures in a last resort effort to control severe, intractable epilepsy.”
“One or two lateral and dorsal incisions at the superior border of the two commissures, avoiding the vascular/nerve bundles.”
“Interhemispheric relationships: the neocortical commissures; syndromes of hemisphere disconnection.”
“There is reason to think that these other faculties also had gone unrecognized because of complexities that inevitably prevail in the presence of the commissures.”
“In keeping with conventional conceptions of cerebral dominance, any higher cognitive processing that might be involved in such activities could be assumed to be contributed from the left hemisphere via the commissures.”
“Gazzaniga, M.S. & Sperry, R.W. Language after section of the cerebral commissures.”
“The reasoning here says that left lesions in the presence of the commissures act to prevent the expression of latent function, actually present but suppressed, within the undamaged right hemisphere (10).”
“Given six months to a year for recovery, and in the absence of other major brain pathology, a person with complete section of the forebrain commissures would go undetected as a rule in a casual first meeting or conversation or even through an entire routine medical exam.”
“Circumoesophageal commissures: those cords or nerve fibres connecting the suboesophageal ganglion with the main trunk of nervous system.”
“It is softened by alkalies, such as caustic potash or soda and ammonia, the parts first attacked being the commissures, then the frog, and afterwards the sole and wall.”
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