All Relations between primary visual cortex and temporopolar cortex

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Raquel N Taddei, Maria V Sanchez-Mico, Orla Bonnar, Theresa Connors, Angelica Gaona, Dominique Denbow, Matthew P Frosch, Teresa G\\xc3\\xb3mez-Isl. Changes in glial cell phenotypes precede overt neurofibrillary tangle formation, correlate with markers of cortical cell damage, and predict cognitive status of individuals at Braak III-IV stages. Acta neuropathologica communications vol 10 issue 1 2022 35534858 we found distinct glial responses with increased proinflammatory and decreased homeostatic markers, both in regions with tau tangles (temporal pole) and without overt tau deposits (visual cortex) in demented but not in resilient. 2022-05-09 2022-05-12 Not clear
Raquel N Taddei, Maria V Sanchez-Mico, Orla Bonnar, Theresa Connors, Angelica Gaona, Dominique Denbow, Matthew P Frosch, Teresa G\\xc3\\xb3mez-Isl. Changes in glial cell phenotypes precede overt neurofibrillary tangle formation, correlate with markers of cortical cell damage, and predict cognitive status of individuals at Braak III-IV stages. Acta neuropathologica communications vol 10 issue 1 2022 35534858 we conducted quantitative assessments of amyloid and tau lesions, cellular vulnerability markers, and glial phenotypes in temporal pole (braak iii-iv region) and visual cortex (braak v-vi region) using artificial-intelligence based semiautomated quantifications. 2022-05-09 2022-05-12 Not clear
Zongjun Guo, Juan Chen, Shien Liu, Yuhuan Li, Bo Sun, Zhenbo Ga. Brain areas activated by uncertain reward-based decision-making in healthy volunteers. Neural regeneration research vol 8 issue 35 2014 25206656 the prefrontal cortex, temporal pole, inferior temporal gyrus, occipital visual cortex, and cerebellar posterior lobe were activated during ambiguous decision-making. 2014-09-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
S Ranote, R Elliott, K M Abel, R Mitchell, J F W Deakin, L Appleb. The neural basis of maternal responsiveness to infants: an fMRI study. Neuroreport vol 15 issue 11 2004 15257156 predominant bold signal change to the contrasts of infants minus neutral stimulus occurred in bilateral visual processing regions (ba 19,21,37,38); to own infant minus unknown infant in right anterior temporal pole (ba 38), left amygdala and visual cortex (ba 19), and to the unknown infant minus own infant contrast in bilateral orbitofrontal cortex (ba 10,47) and medial prefrontal cortex (ba 8) [corrected] these findings suggest that amygdala and temporal pole may be key sites in mediating a mother's response to her infant and reaffirms their importance in face emotion processing and social behaviour. 2004-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yasushi Naito, Ichiro Tateya, Shigeru Hirano, Masato Inoue, Kazuo Funabiki, Hiroshi Toyoda, Makoto Ueno, Koichi Ishizu, Yasuhiro Nagahama, Hidenao Fukuyama, Juichi It. Cortical correlates of vestibulo-ocular reflex modulation: a PET study. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 126 issue Pt 7 2003 12805122 caloric nystagmus was suppressed as a result of visual fixation, during which time the area around the right frontal eye field, temporal pole, inferior temporal gyrus, a broad area in the visual cortex, including fusiform and lingual gyrus, cerebellar uvula/nodulus and flocculus, exhibited positive correlation with fixation suppression of caloric nystagmus, while vestibular cortices exhibited negative correlation. 2003-09-16 2022-01-11 Not clear
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