All Relations between island of reil and brodmann area 44

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R\\xc4\\x83zvan Predatu, Bogdan I Voinescu, Daniel O David, Antonio Maffei, Ruben E Nechifor, Claudio Gentil. Emotion regulation difficulties in the relation between stress-related insomnia symptoms and brain response to emotional faces: An fMRI study. Sleep medicine vol 101 issue 2022 36584501 our results indicate that the tendency to experience stress-related insomnia symptoms but not insomnia symptoms per se modulates brain responses to emotional facial expressions, especially in areas of the parietal cortex, insula, and surrounding opercular voxels. 2022-12-30 2023-01-05 Not clear
Olga R Dobrushina, Galina A Arina, Larisa A Dobrynina, Evgenia S Novikova, Mariia V Gubanova, Anastasia V Belopasova, Viktoriia P Vorobeva, Anastasia D Suslina, Ekaterina V Pechenkova, Olga S Perepelkina, Elena I Kremneva, Marina V Krotenkov. Sensory integration in interoception: Interplay between top-down and bottom-up processing. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 144 issue 2021 34673435 top-down processing was related to amygdalar connectivity with the rostral prefrontal cortex and an area involving the left frontal opercular and anterior insular cortex, with the latter area being an intersection of the two networks. 2022-01-27 2022-02-06 Not clear
Olga R Dobrushina, Galina A Arina, Larisa A Dobrynina, Evgenia S Novikova, Mariia V Gubanova, Anastasia V Belopasova, Viktoriia P Vorobeva, Anastasia D Suslina, Ekaterina V Pechenkova, Olga S Perepelkina, Elena I Kremneva, Marina V Krotenkov. Sensory integration in interoception: Interplay between top-down and bottom-up processing. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 144 issue 2021 34673435 top-down processing was related to amygdalar connectivity with the rostral prefrontal cortex and an area involving the left frontal opercular and anterior insular cortex, with the latter area being an intersection of the two networks. 2022-01-27 2022-02-06 Not clear
Olga R Dobrushina, Galina A Arina, Larisa A Dobrynina, Evgenia S Novikova, Mariia V Gubanova, Anastasia V Belopasova, Viktoriia P Vorobeva, Anastasia D Suslina, Ekaterina V Pechenkova, Olga S Perepelkina, Elena I Kremneva, Marina V Krotenkov. Sensory integration in interoception: Interplay between top-down and bottom-up processing. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 144 issue 2021 34673435 top-down processing was related to amygdalar connectivity with the rostral prefrontal cortex and an area involving the left frontal opercular and anterior insular cortex, with the latter area being an intersection of the two networks. 2021-11-11 2022-02-06 Not clear
Olga R Dobrushina, Galina A Arina, Larisa A Dobrynina, Evgenia S Novikova, Mariia V Gubanova, Anastasia V Belopasova, Viktoriia P Vorobeva, Anastasia D Suslina, Ekaterina V Pechenkova, Olga S Perepelkina, Elena I Kremneva, Marina V Krotenkov. Sensory integration in interoception: Interplay between top-down and bottom-up processing. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 144 issue 2021 34673435 top-down processing was related to amygdalar connectivity with the rostral prefrontal cortex and an area involving the left frontal opercular and anterior insular cortex, with the latter area being an intersection of the two networks. 2021-11-11 2022-02-06 Not clear
Reem S W Alyahya, Ajay D Halai, Paul Conroy, Matthew A Lambon Ralp. Content Word Production during Discourse in Aphasia: Deficits in Word Quantity, Not Lexical-Semantic Complexity. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol 33 issue 12 2021 34407196 voxel-wise lesion-symptom mapping using both univariate and multivariate approaches revealed left frontal regions particularly the pars opercularis, insular cortex, and central and frontal opercular cortices supporting word retrieval during connected speech, irrespective of their word class or lexical-semantic complexity. 2021-11-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Xia Deng, Zheng Liu, Qin Kang, Lin Lu, Yu Zhu, Renshi X. Cortical Structural Connectivity Alterations and Potential Pathogenesis in Mid-Stage Sporadic Parkinson's Disease. Frontiers in aging neuroscience vol 13 issue 2021 34135748 results showed that the significant alteration of cortical structural connectivity mainly occurred in the bilateral frontal orbital, opercular, triangular, precentral, rectus, supplementary-motor, temporal pole, angular, heschl, parietal, supramarginal, postcentral, precuneus, occipital, lingual, cuneus, rolandic-opercular, cingulum, parahippocampal, calcarine, olfactory, insula, paracentral-lobule, and fusiform regions at the mid-stage of spd. 2021-06-19 2022-01-13 Not clear
Gergely Darnai, G\\xc3\\xa1bor Perlaki, Andr\\xc3\\xa1s N Zsid\\xc3\\xb3, Orsolya Inh\\xc3\\xb3f, Gergely Orsi, R\\xc3\\xa9ka Horv\\xc3\\xa1th, Szilvia Anett Nagy, Beatrix L\\xc3\\xa1badi, Dalma T\\xc3\\xa9nyi, Norbert Kov\\xc3\\xa1cs, Tam\\xc3\\xa1s D\\xc3\\xb3czi, Zsolt Demetrovics, J\\xc3\\xb3zsef Janszk. Internet addiction and functional brain networks: task-related fMRI study. Scientific reports vol 9 issue 1 2020 31673061 in stroop task the incongruent_minus_congruent contrast showed positive correlation with piuq in areas related to the icn (left inferior frontal gyrus, left frontal pole, left central opercular, left frontal opercular, left frontal orbital and left insular cortex). 2020-10-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Linda C Lundblad, H\\xc3\\xa5kan Olausson, Pontus Wasling, Katarina Jood, Anna Wysocka, J Paul Hamilton, Sarah McIntyre, Helena Backlund Waslin. Tactile direction discrimination in humans after stroke. Brain communications vol 2 issue 2 2020 32954335 lesions that included the opercular parietal area 1 of the secondary somatosensory cortex, the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex or the insular cortex were always associated with abnormal tactile direction discrimination, consistent with previous functional mri results. 2020-09-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jin-Ok Lee, Eek-Sung Lee, Ji-Soo Kim, Young-Beom Lee, Yong Jeong, Byung Se Choi, Jae-Hyoung Kim, Jeffrey P Staa. Altered brain function in persistent postural perceptual dizziness: A study on resting state functional connectivity. Human brain mapping vol 39 issue 8 2019 29656497 patients with pppd showed: (a) increased connectivity of subcallosal cortex with left superior lateral occipital cortex and left middle frontal gyrus, (b) decreased connectivity of left hippocampus with bilateral central opercular cortices, left posterior opercular cortex, right insular cortex and cerebellum, and (c) decreased connectivity between right nucleus accumbens and anterior left temporal fusiform cortex. 2019-05-21 2022-01-13 Not clear
S\\xc3\\xa9bastien M Crouzet, Niko A Busch, Kathrin Ohl. Taste quality decoding parallels taste sensations. Current biology : CB vol 25 issue 7 2016 25772445 the onset of this prediction coincided with the earliest taste-evoked responses originating from the insula and opercular cortices, indicating that quality is among the first attributes of a taste represented in the central gustatory system. 2016-01-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
D S Gallay, M N Gallay, D Jeanmonod, E M Rouiller, A More. The insula of Reil revisited: multiarchitectonic organization in macaque monkeys. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 22 issue 1 2012 21613468 comparison of the different patterns of staining on unfolded maps of the insula revealed: 1) parallel ventral to dorsal gradients of increasing myelin, pv- and ache-containing fibers in middle layers, and of smi-32 pyramidal neurons in supragranular layers, with merging of dorsal and ventral high-density bands in posterior insula, 2) definition of an insula "proper" restricted to two-thirds of the "morphological" insula (as bounded by the limiting sulcus) and characterized most notably by lower pv, and 3) the insula proper is bordered along its dorsal, posterodorsal, and posteroventral margin by a strip of cortex extending beyond the limits of the morphological insula and continuous architectonically with frontoparietal and temporal opercular areas related to gustatory, somatosensory, and auditory modalities. 2012-04-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Veronique Bragulat, Mario Dzemidzic, Carolina Bruno, Cari A Cox, Thomas Talavage, Robert V Considine, David A Kareke. Food-related odor probes of brain reward circuits during hunger: a pilot FMRI study. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.) vol 18 issue 8 2011 20339365 across all 10 subjects, p-fro elicited a greater blood oxygenation level dependent (bold) response than the napo in limbic and reward-related areas, including the bilateral insula and opercular (gustatory) cortex, the anterior and posterior cingulate, and ventral striatum. 2011-02-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
L Mazzola, J Isnard, F Maugui\\xc3\\xa8r. Somatosensory and pain responses to stimulation of the second somatosensory area (SII) in humans. A comparison with SI and insular responses. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 16 issue 7 2006 16177270 this study shows the existence of three distinct somatosensory maps in the suprasylvian, opercular and insular regions, and separate pain representations in sii and insular cortex. 2006-07-27 2022-01-13 Not clear
Eiichi Naito, Per E Roland, Christian Grefkes, H J Choi, Simon Eickhoff, Stefan Geyer, Karl Zilles, H Henrik Ehrsso. Dominance of the right hemisphere and role of area 2 in human kinesthesia. Journal of neurophysiology vol 93 issue 2 2005 15385595 right areas 44, 45, anterior part of intraparietal region (ip1) and caudo-lateral part of parietal opercular region (op1), cortex rostral to pmd, anterior insula and superior temporal gyrus were also activated in common during illusions of right or left hand. 2005-03-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
T V Sewards, M A Seward. Cortical association areas in the gustatory system. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews vol 25 issue 5 2001 11566478 based on previous proposals, and on anatomical, physiological and lesion data, we propose that in addition to primary gustatory cortex, located in primate opercular cortex and rodent granular insular cortex, three association areas exist. 2001-12-04 2022-01-11 Not clear
S Frey, M Petride. Re-examination of the human taste region: a positron emission tomography study. The European journal of neuroscience vol 11 issue 8 1999 10457193 evidence from nonhuman primates indicates that parts of the peri-central opercular region (secondary somatosensory cortex) and insular cortex may be important for gustatory processing. 1999-09-10 2022-01-10 Not clear
R S Marshall, R M Lazar, J P Mohr, R L Van Heertum, H Mas. \"Semantic\" conduction aphasia from a posterior insular cortex infarction. Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging vol 6 issue 3 1996 8704297 a unique infarction limited to the posterior insula and intrasylvian parietal opercular cortex produced a subtype of conduction aphasia, characterized by a predominance of semantic paraphasias. 1996-09-10 2022-01-10 Not clear
S Yaxley, E T Rolls, Z J Sienkiewic. Gustatory responses of single neurons in the insula of the macaque monkey. Journal of neurophysiology vol 63 issue 4 1990 2341869 the area is part of the dysgranular field of the insula and is bordered laterally by the frontal opercular taste cortex. 1990-06-26 2022-01-10 Not clear
T M Preuss, P S Goldman-Raki. Connections of the ventral granular frontal cortex of macaques with perisylvian premotor and somatosensory areas: anatomical evidence for somatic representation in primate frontal association cortex. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 282 issue 2 1989 2708598 : journal of comparative neurology 251:281-298, 1987; barbas and pandya: journal of comparative neurology 256:211-228, 1987) suggest strongly that there is a network of interconnected forelimb and orofacial representations in macaque cortex, involving the ventral granular frontal cortex, area 6v, ofo, opercular area 2, s-ii, the central insula, and area 7b. 1989-06-08 2022-01-10 Not clear
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