Definitions

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  • adj. Both dorsal and medial in location; thus, central and toward the back

Etymologies

dorso- +‎ medial (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The scientists also saw a dip in excitation in the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, which has an apparent role in moral reasoning and social judgment—a change that may be tied to a suspension of judgment and reflection.

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  • SIRT1 promotes the central adaptive response to diet restriction through activation of the dorsomedial and lateral nuclei of the hypothalamus.

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  • Neurotics also had a smaller dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, a region implicated in the regulation of emotions.

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  • Chronic inhibition of GABAergic synthesis in the dorsomedial hypothalamus

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  • The iliac veins run dorsomedial to the iliac arteries in the lesser pelvis.

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  • Furthermore neurons are lost in a particular pattern; severity decreasing from ventrolateral to dorsomedial

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  • • Mechanism • - Primary motor center in the dorsomedial portion of the hypothalamus near the wall of the third ventricle.

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  • The number in the left corner of each photomicrograph is the rostrocaudal distance (in micrometers) from section A. A.-anteromedian nucleus, dmpNr-dorsomedial part of parvicellular red nucleus, EW-Edinger-Westphal nucleus, FF-Field of Forel, FR-fasciculus retroflexus,

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  • The rostral ends of these modeles toward left side. dmpNr-dorsomedial part of parvicellular red nucleus, EW-Edinger-Westphal nucleus, FR-fasciculus retroflexus, mNr-magnocellular red nucleus, NB-nucleus accessorius medialis of Bechterew, ND-nucleus of Darkschewitsch, vlpNr-ventorlateral part of parvicellular red nucleus, III-oculomotor nucleus. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0006623.g014

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  • The human NB is the dorsomedial cell-rich area of the red nucleus.

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