All Relations between hypertrophic and corpus callosum of pht00

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A Venneri, F Grassi, P Caffarr. Dementia of the frontal lobe type: report of the neuroimaging and neuropsychological results of a case study. Dementia (Basel, Switzerland) vol 7 issue 3 1996 8740630 MRI finding evidenced marked ventricular enlargement, prevalent frontal atrophy and hypertrophy of the genus of corpus callosum. 1996-11-07 2022-01-07 Not clear
S McCall, M I Ramzy, J K Cur\\xc3\\xa9, G S Pa. Encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis and the Proteus syndrome: distinct entities with overlapping manifestations. American journal of medical genetics vol 43 issue 4 1992 1621755 We have studied three children with cutaneous (epidermal nevi), subcutaneous (lipomas, plantar skin thickening), vascular (hemangioma, lymphangioma), skeletal (osteoma, exostosis, localized hypertrophy), and neurological (hydrocephaly, lissencephaly, partial agenesis of the corpus callosum) developmental defects associated with the Proteus syndrome and related hamartoneoplastic conditions. 1992-08-03 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Fischer, S B Ryan, W B Dobyn. Mechanisms of interhemispheric transfer and patterns of cognitive function in acallosal patients of normal intelligence. Archives of neurology vol 49 issue 3 1992 1536630 These results support the hypothesis that hypertrophy of the anterior commissure is an important mechanism of functional compensation in agenesis of the corpus callosum. 1992-03-26 2022-01-09 Not clear
D M Michaelson, T Kadar, Z Weiss, J Chapman, J Feldo. Immunization with cholinergic cell bodies induces histopathological changes in rat brains. Molecular and chemical neuropathology vol 13 issue 1-2 1991 2095784 They included large vacuoles and necrotic nuclei in the granular layer of the dentate gyrus, tangle-like appearance in some pyramidal neurons of the hippocampus, and vacuolar degeneration accompanied by oligodendroglia hypertrophy in white matter tracts, such as, the corpus callosum and fimbria. 1991-07-15 2022-01-07 rat
R C Pearson, M V Sofroniew, T P Powel. The cholinergic nuclei of the basal forebrain of the rat: hypertrophy following contralateral cortical damage or section of the corpus callosum. Brain research vol 411 issue 2 1987 3607437 After section of the corpus callosum the neurones throughout the basal nucleus of both sides are significantly larger than in the normal animal; the hypertrophy has occurred by 20 days after operation and persists indefinitely. 1987-08-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
R C Pearson, M V Sofroniew, T P Powel. The cholinergic nuclei of the basal forebrain of the rat: hypertrophy following contralateral cortical damage or section of the corpus callosum. Brain research vol 411 issue 2 1987 3607437 The cholinergic nuclei of the basal forebrain of the rat: hypertrophy following contralateral cortical damage or section of the corpus callosum. 1987-08-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
R C Pearson, M V Sofroniew, T P Powel. Hypertrophy of cholinergic neurones of the rat basal nucleus following section of the corpus callosum. Brain research vol 338 issue 2 1985 4027599 Hypertrophy of cholinergic neurones of the rat basal nucleus following section of the corpus callosum. 1985-10-01 2022-01-07 rat
R A Brandt, C P Tilbery, J R Rodrigue. [Cerebrovascular diseases of the \"moyamoya\" type]. Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria vol 34 issue 3 1976 962638 The left carotid arteriogram shows hypertrophy of the common and internal carotid arteries; both anterior and middle cerebral arteries fill from this side; the anterior communicating artery is thick (foetal type) and a median anterior cerebral artery to the corpus callosum is present. 1976-10-29 2022-01-09 Not clear
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