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corticospinal tract


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corticospinal tract n.

corticospinal tract n.

The Corticospinal Tract in Huntington's Disease

Anatomical substrates for movement performance: cerebral cortex and the corticospinal tract

Functional potential in chronic stroke patients depends on corticospinal tract integrity

Correlation between impaired dexterity and corticospinal tract dysgenesis in congenital hemiplegia

Transcranial electrical stimulation and intraoperative neurophysiology of the corticospinal tract

Axonal loss in multiple sclerosis: a pathological survey of the corticospinal and sensory tracts

Changes in descending motor pathway connectivity after corticospinal tract lesion in macaque monkey

Corticospinal tract degeneration associated with TDP-43 type C pathology and semantic dementia

SURG-09. CORTICOSPINAL TRACT TOLERANCE TO CATHETER POSITIONING FOR CONVECTION ENHANCED DELIVERY IN THE BRAIN STEM

Performance of locomotion and foot grasping following a unilateral thoracic corticospinal tract lesion in monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

Intraspinal rewiring of the corticospinal tract requires target-derived brain-derived neurotrophic factor and compensates lost function after brain injury

Rewiring of the corticospinal tract in the adult rat after unilateral stroke and anti-Nogo-A therapy

Cortical PKC Inhibition Promotes Axonal Regeneration of the Corticospinal Tract and Forelimb Functional Recovery After Cervical Dorsal Spinal Hemisection in Adult Rats

Lentiviral vector expressing retinoic acid receptor β2 promotes recovery of function after corticospinal tract injury in the adult rat spinal cord

P16.11A NEW TECHNIQUE OF “FUNCTIONAL” DTI TRACTOGRAPHY OF THE CORTICO-SPINAL TRACT BASED ON NAVIGATED BRAIN STIMULATION FOR SURGERY OF BRAIN TUMORS LOCATED NEAR THE MOTOR PATHWAY

 

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The bundle of nerve fibres that originate mainly from the motor cortex and descend through the internal capsule, brainstem, and spinal cord, most of the fibres crossing the midline of the body at the pyramidal decussation. It mediates voluntary movements of all kinds, and damage to it causes paresis or paralysis. Also called the pyramidal tract. CST abbrev.

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