- Tau PET Aligns Spread of Pathology with Alzheimer's Staging
- It defines seven stages of tau progression based on histopathology: no deposition in stage 0; the transentorhinal region in stage I; entorhinal cortex in stage II; fusiform and lingual gyri in stage III; neocortical association areas by IV.
- 1 Department of Psychiatry and Neurosciences, Graduate School of Biomedical
- Assessment of coherence-based regional homogeneity revealed that patients with TRD showed increased coherence-based regional homogeneity values in the left fusiform gyrus and left cerebellum compared with patients with treatment-sensitive ...
- ECT May Enhance Neuroplasticity in Treatment of Acute MDD
- The most prominent (P < .05) increases occurring over time were seen in the right temporal lobe, including the hippocampus and parahippocampal area, insula, fusiform gyrus, and amygdala. Regions of interest—including the hippocampus, amygdala, and ...
- One Fan Made His Girlfriend A Doctor Who Guess Who Set
- Guess Who has been articulating our right fusiform gyrus' uncanny knack for remembering faces via the medium of shouting for nigh on thirty years – but it took one man's generous gift to his other half to make a pun come to life.
- Facial Recognition: Fusiform Gyrus Brain Region 'Solely Devoted' To Faces
- The ability to recognize faces is so important in humans that the brain appears to have an area solely devoted to the task: the fusiform gyrus.
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