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  • adv. With respect to, or via the cortex

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  • adv. with respect to the cortex

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Examples

  • None of that changes the fact that at autopsy she was found to be cortically blind - that is, the part of her brain that deals with sight was atrophied and as far as medical science was able to tell, entirely gone.

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  • The autopsy proved that Terri was cortically blind.

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  • Parallel to visual processing, auditory processing is also done subcortically and cortically replace 'visual cortex' with 'auditory cortex', replace 'superiour colliculus' with 'inferior colliculus'.

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  • Such reflex movements are not uncommon in people who are cortically dead.

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  • Bethlehem - PNN - A Palestinian old man was cortically injured, on Sunday midday, when an Israeli settler rammed him with his car near Al Khadier villager, southern

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  • AMRITSAR: In a fatal road accident five people including three women killed and six cortically injured at Harikey Patan in the neighboring district Tarn Taran near Ferozpur border, 60 kilometers from the city of Golden Temple.

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  • Having said that that appear to be cortically feasible.

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  • Temma, who's now 17, is cortically blind, meaning that her eyes function normally but her brain can't interpret the signals.

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  • In case of global degenerational processes one would expect rather similar changes to occur in the fore - and the hindpaw representations, which are cortically only a millimeter apart.

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  • Moreover, the mother’s heartbeat creates an imprint (a simple repetitious pattern that becomes cortically ingrained), through a form of involuntary learning that concludes at the end of a full-term pregnancy.

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