cerebral localization n.
The mapping of the cerebral cortex into areas, and the correlation of these areas with cerebral function.
The diagnosis of the location in the cerebrum of a brain lesion, made either from the signs and symptoms manifested by the patient or from an electroencephalogram.
a form of paralysis believed to be caused by a prenatal brain defect or by brain injury during birth, most marked in certain motor areas and characterized by difficulty in control of the voluntary muscles. noun a nonprogressive impairment of muscular function and weakness of the limbs, caused by lack of oxygen to the brain […]
- Cerebral peduncle
cerebral peduncle n. The massive bundle of corticofugal nerve fibers passing longitudinally over the ventral surface of the midbrain on each side of the midline. Either of the two halves of the midbrain connecting the forebrain to the hindbrain.
- Cerebral sphingolipidosis
cerebral sphingolipidosis n. Any of a group of inherited diseases characterized by progressive spastic paralysis, blindness, convulsions, mental retardation, and, ultimately, death, and caused by abnormal phospholipid metabolism. The disease occurs almost exclusively in individuals of eastern European Jewish descent in four enzymatically distinct forms: infantile (Tay-Sachs disease); early juvenile (Jansky-Bielschowsky disease); late juvenile (Spielmeyer-Vogt […]
- Cerebral sinus
cerebral sinus n. See sinus of dura mater.