All Relations between asymmetrical (pato 0000616) and area 39 of brodmann-1909

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V H\\xc3\\xa4kkinen, K Hirvonen, J Hasan, M Kataja, A V\\xc3\\xa4rri, P Loula, H Eskol. The effect of small differences in electrode position on EOG signals: application to vigilance studies. Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology vol 86 issue 4 1993 7682933 eog asymmetry in different electrode positions was dependent on the eye movement direction and even on the starting and end points of a movement with equal angular degrees. 1993-05-24 2023-01-24 Not clear
K P Isotupa, D S Carlson, K K M\\xc3\\xa4kine. Influence of asymmetric occlusal relationships and decreased maxillary width on the growth of the facial skeleton in the guinea pig. Annals of anatomy = Anatomischer Anzeiger : official organ of the Anatomische Gesellschaft vol 174 issue 5 1992 1449222 relative to controls, the treated animals exhibited a narrow maxilla and asymmetry in the height of the ramus and in the length of the mandible from the mental foramen to the angular process. 1992-12-28 2023-01-23 Not clear
R H Tallents, J A Guay, R W Katzberg, W Murphy, H Proski. Angular and linear comparisons with unilateral mandibular asymmetry. Journal of craniomandibular disorders : facial & oral pain vol 5 issue 2 1992 1812140 angular and linear comparisons with unilateral mandibular asymmetry. 1992-06-10 2023-01-23 Not clear
J Jakobsen, J B J\\xc3\\xb8rgensen, I Kjae. Tooth and bone development in a Danish medieval mandible with unilateral absence of the mandibular canal. American journal of physical anthropology vol 85 issue 1 1991 1853939 whether the asymmetric development of the mandible is caused by muscular dysfunction, by failure in angular growth apposition, or by a combination of these factors is discussed. 1991-08-20 2023-01-23 human
W S Marras, G A Mirk. Muscle activities during asymmetric trunk angular accelerations. Journal of orthopaedic research : official publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society vol 8 issue 6 1990 2213339 muscle activities during asymmetric trunk angular accelerations. 1990-11-21 2023-01-23 human
N S Shelud'k. Optical properties of myofibril and actomyosin suspensions. 1. Angular dependence of light scattering by myofibril suspensions and its changes under myofibril contraction. Biochimica et biophysica acta vol 1038 issue 3 1990 2340291 angular diagrams appear to be highly asymmetry, and extended forward in the direction of the primary light propagation. 1990-06-28 2023-01-23 Not clear
C Hamanishi, S Tanaka, K Tamura, K Fuji. Correction of asymmetric physeal closure. Rotatory distraction in 3 cases. Acta orthopaedica Scandinavica vol 61 issue 1 1990 2336954 three cases of asymmetric physeal closure with angular deformities of the ankle, knee, and wrist, respectively, were corrected by rotatory physeal distraction. 1990-06-13 2023-01-23 Not clear
T Said. Malignant melanoma in situ on the sole of the foot. Its clinical and histopathologic characteristics. The American Journal of dermatopathology vol 11 issue 2 1989 2712246 clinically, the lesions were broad pigmented macules or patches with asymmetric, angular, irregular shapes, and notched borders. 1989-06-07 2023-01-23 human
R Aldegheri, G Trivella, F Lavin. Epiphyseal distraction. Hemichondrodiatasis. Clinical orthopaedics and related research vol issue 241 1989 2924456 hemichondrodiatasis is a technique of closed, gradual, asymmetric distraction of the growth plate to correct angular deformities in growing children. 1989-05-10 2023-01-23 Not clear
S Nakamizo, M Kond. [Fusional vergence hysteresis and sensorimotor connection of the two eyes]. Shinrigaku kenkyu : The Japanese journal of psychology vol 57 issue 4 1987 3560542 experiment 3 showed that, in the asymmetric divergent tracking as in experiment 2, the change of the perceived visual direction of the fused image was smaller than the angular magnitude of the movement of the tracking eye. 1987-05-07 2023-01-24 Not clear
V K Grigorov. [Relation between the asymmetry of optokinetic nystagmus and optovestibular and vestibulo-autonomic stability]. Kosmicheskaia biologiia i aviakosmicheskaia meditsina vol 20 issue 3 1986 3488465 comparative quantitative analysis of physiological asymmetry of the optokinetic nystagmus produced predominantly by central optokinetic stimulation (field of vision = 30 degrees) or peripheral stimulation (field of vision = 110 degrees) reveals an objective correlation between the asymmetry coefficient of the central optokinetic nystagmus with respect to the angular velocity of its slow phase and susceptibility to motion sickness caused by coriolis and pseudocoriolis acceleration, the nystagmus velocity being up to 45 deg/sec. 1986-09-25 2023-01-24 Not clear
C B Bargeron, G M Hutchins, G W Moore, O J Deters, F F Mark, M H Friedma. Distribution of the geometric parameters of human aortic bifurcations. Arteriosclerosis (Dallas, Tex.) vol 6 issue 1 1986 3942554 the distribution of flow divider offset, branch angle, and angular asymmetry in a collection of 70 human aortic bifurcations are reported. 1986-02-12 2023-01-24 human
C B Bargeron, G M Hutchins, G W Moore, O J Deters, F F Mark, M H Friedma. Distribution of the geometric parameters of human aortic bifurcations. Arteriosclerosis (Dallas, Tex.) vol 6 issue 1 1986 3942554 the mean values with standard deviations and ranges are: 1) magnitude of flow divider offset = 1.4 +/- 1.4 mm (range = 0.04 to 8.1 mm); 2) branch angle = 35.0 degrees +/- 11.1 degrees (range = 10.4 degrees to 61.3 degrees); and 3) angular asymmetry = 15.3 degrees +/- 12.9 degrees (range 0.2 degrees to 56.1 degrees). 1986-02-12 2023-01-24 human
D E McMilla. Effects of insulin on physical factors: atherosclerosis in diabetes mellitus. Metabolism: clinical and experimental vol 34 issue 12 Suppl 1 1986 3906364 angular momentum, introduced into flowing blood with each heart beat and further enhanced by the asymmetry of origin of vessels branching from the aorta, generates a sidewise force component that is preserved during migration of the stagnation point. 1986-01-15 2023-01-24 Not clear
A M Minford, R A Minns, J K Brow. Asymmetry of gait in normal children demonstrated by polarized light goniometry. Child: care, health and development vol 9 issue 2 1983 6851000 it is suggested that angular asymmetry during gait which occurs in some children under 10 years of age may be related to unequal rates of maturation of the two hemispheres. 1983-07-08 2023-01-24 Not clear
G I Gorgiladz. [Compensatory processes during unilateral loss of vestibular function]. Biulleten' eksperimental'noi biologii i meditsiny vol 85 issue 2 1978 305265 at the late periods of labyrinthectomy a considerable asymmetry of nystagmus reaction to the angular accelerations equal in intensity, but opposite in direction was revealed. 1978-05-08 2023-01-23 Not clear
Z Kam, R Josephs, H Eisenberg, W B Gratze. Structural study of spectrin from human erythrocyte membranes. Biochemistry vol 16 issue 25 1978 921950 the frictional properties indicate a low or moderate asymmetry (axial ratio in the range 2-10), and from the angular dependence of light scattering intensity an upper limit of about 80 a can be set for the radius of gyration. 1978-01-27 2023-01-23 human
M Lancet, I Bin-Nun, I Kessle. Angular and interstitial pregnancy. International surgery vol 62 issue 2 1977 844965 preoperative diagnosis is rare, but the triad of bleeding in pregnancy, no fetal remnants on dialation and curettage and an asymmetric uterus suggest angular or interstitial pregnancy. 1977-05-25 2023-01-23 Not clear