1. of or in or relating to the nose
    nasal passages
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  • The rhinal sulcus is not present as a separate sulcus in this specimen, but is represented as a direct continuation of the collateral sulcus.
  • In general, in the hippocampus and entorhinal cortex, large pyramidal neurons exhibited the greatest degree of intracellular staining.
  • He fashioned an agent that, when injected directly into the rhinal cortex of four trained monkeys, spawned a kind of decoy molecule which tricked cells there into turning-off D2 expression for several weeks.
  • Akimbo an hatless rhinal for usb wireless modem, arillate help marxist on magnanimity, dutifully than coast. Rational Review
  • Previous studies have shown that direct stimulation of the human hippocampus has detrimental effects on memory, but these new results identify the entorhinal cortex, and possibly the perforant path, as potential targets for memory enhancement. Deep brain stimulation enhances spatial memory
  • The new study suggests that deep brain stimulation targeted to the entorhinal cortex or perforant path could ameliorate these memory deficits, but this, too, will need to be tested. Deep brain stimulation enhances spatial memory
  • He, with his smooth, bald head, dark brown eyebrows, and neat goatee, might pass for the humblest of Bajoran vedeks, even without the rhinal ridges. String Theory, Book 3: Evolution
  • Seven such patients had the DBS electrodes implanted for between 7- 10 days, in the hippocampus or the adjacent entorhinal cortex, which connects to the hippocampus via the perforant path, or both. Deep brain stimulation enhances spatial memory
  • This study focuses on the layer III of the medial entorhinal cortex, which provides input to the hippocampal CA1 region and subiculum via the perforant path. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • With the emergence in mammalian brains of structures like the hippocampus and the rhinal cortex, which serve as "convergence zones, brain regions that integrate information across sensory modalities and create representations that are independent of the original modality through which the information was processed" (104), the capacity for explicit (though not necessarily conscious) memory that we normally think of as knowledge developed. Imagination vs. Art in Horror Film, Comics, and Literature, Pt. 2: From Memory to Imagination
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