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Rare Neuro-Ophthalmological Manifestations of Focal Midbrain Infarction

Kim JG, Kang JH, Choi JC, Kim HJ, Kang CH

Because numerous important nuclei and white matter tracts are concentrated in the narrow midbrain, the tiny lesion can result in various symptoms. The anatomy of the neural network and related...
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Inflammatory cytokines in midbrain periaqueductal gray contribute to diabetic induced pain hypersensitivity through phosphoinositide 3-kinase/protein kinase B/mammalian target of rapamycin signaling pathway

Guo M, Jiang Z, Chen Y, Wang F, Wang Z

Background: Diabetes-related neuropathic pain frequently occurs, and the underpinning mechanism remains elusive. The periaqueductal gray (PAG) exhibits descending inhibitory effects on central pain transmission. The current work aimed to examine...
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Dopaminergic neuronal development in the embryonic mesencephalon of mouse

Kim MK, Lee SJ, Won CK

This study presents neuronal migration pattern of dopamine (DA) neurons generated in separate regions occupying the ventral mesencephalic territory. A single pulse 5-bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) was administered at embryonic day (E)10-E15. Distribution...
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GABAergic neuronal development in the embryonic mesencephalon of mice

This study presents neurogenesis and neuronal migration patterns of gamma-aminobutyric acid-ergic (GABAergic) neurons during mesencephalic development of mouse. After neurons from embryonic day (E) 10-16 were labelled by a single...
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Neurogenesis and neuronal migration of dopaminergic neurons during mesencephalon development in mice

Kim MK, Lee SJ, Vasudevan , Won C

Dopaminergic neurons are one of the major neuronal components in the brain. Mesencephalon dopamine (DA) neurogenesis takes place in the ventricular zone of the floor plate, when DA progenitors divide...
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Functional Neuroanatomy of Brain Stem

Kim DY

The brain stem consists of medulla oblongta, pons and midbrain. It is sited in posterior cranial fossa. It contains numerous intrinsic neuron cell bodies and their processes, some of which...
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Vertical One-and-a-Half Syndrome With Bilateral Pseudo-Abducens Palsy From Unilateral Thalamo-Mesencephalic Infarction

Lee GH

  • KMID: 2343471
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2013 Feb;31(1):86-88.
No abstract available.
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Morphological Changes in the Striatum after Dopaminergic Cell Transplantation to Parkinson's Disease Rat Model

Baek SY, Park SJ, Jung HS, Kim YH, Kim HJ, Moon YS, Kim JW, Kim SU, Yoon S, Kim BS, Kim JB, Kim JJ

  • KMID: 2030743
  • Korean J Anat.
  • 2001 Feb;34(1):95-105.
Parkinson's disease animal model was developed by the destruction of the striatonigral dopaminergic system. The morphological changes in the dopamine depleted striatum after the transplantation of the fetal mesencephalic dopaminergic...
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Two Cases of Partial Oculomotor Nerve Palsy due to Midbrain Infarction

Shin WC, Rhee HY, Lee HK, Lee TG, Chang DI, Chung KC

  • KMID: 1852240
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2000 Jan;18(1):80-84.
Traditionally, monocular parital oculomotor pareses are localized to the cavernous sinus or retro-orbital region and are usually caused by diabetes mellitus, aneurysms of the internal carotid artery, inflammation by vrial...
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The Effect of Fetal Mesencephalon Implants in Rats with 6-Hydroxydopamine Lesion of the Nigro-Striatum : Behavioral, Biochemical Immunohistochemical Study

Choi CR, Lee JS, Sung KW, Sung WH

  • KMID: 1952956
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1990 Jun;19(6):825-834.
Parkinson's disease most consistently involves pathologic changes in the substantia nigra, which is the major source of dopamine to the striatum. It has been shown that either fetal substantia nigra...
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