Definitions

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  • adj. Between the two parts of the cerebral cortex

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Across or throngh the cortical region of the brain: noting any condition, such as aphasia, caused by a lesion destroying a cross-section of the cerebral cortex.

Etymologies

trans- +‎ cortical (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I'm afraid if it was my little girl, I'd have to recommend high velocity transcortical lead therapy.

    Polanski Skates

  • Frontal lobe hypofunction, loss of temporal and transcortical metabolic patterns should correlate with full tracking neuropsychological testing and QEEG voltage patterns and coherence pattern analysis of intercortical frequencies.

    ASPARTAME IS NEUROTOXIC GENOTOXIC MOLECULAR FOOD & VACCINE PHARMACO-GENOCIDE

  • Aphasia and loss of expressive speech functions with vaccinations is called "isolation of speech syndrome" or "transcortical motor aphasia."

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • For those who do not want to take that ten percent risk associate with the transcortical approach, a team of surgeons in Phoenix, Arizona, invented the

    Yvonne Foong: Fighting NF

  • Prof. Ellenbogen alsomentioned this approach briefly in his aricle regarding the transcortical approach.

    Yvonne Foong: Fighting NF

  • Homonymous Hemiapnopia is just one of the many risks in transcortical approaches - surgery that cuts through the brain cortex. this article, the authors describes risks of complication following ttranscortical approaches to lateral ventricular tumors.

    Yvonne Foong: Fighting NF

  • Abnormalities of speech fluency include Broca’s aphasia and transcortical motor aphasia 91, 135.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

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