Nucleus centromedianus

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Nucleus centromedianus expressis verbis in centro thalami locatus est.

Nucleus centromedianus (TA: 14.1.08.618, abbreviatura CM) pars (grex posterior/caudalis) utriusque lateris nucleorum intralaminares thalami est. In nonnullis cursis morborum, ut in morbo Parkinson vel in paralysi supranucleari progressiva, hic nucleus quoque damnum patiatur[1].

Nucleus centromedianus, ut nucleus centrolateralis, cum corticibus associationis sensori-motorici connectus est. Neurotransmissor eius acidum glutamicum (GLU) est.

Nucleus centromedianus sub morbis diversis[recensere | fontem recensere]

In nonnullis epilepsiis tractandis stimulatio nuclei centromediani utile possit[2], etiam computatri ope[3].

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Henderson J. M., Carpenter K., Cartwright H., Halliday G. M. (2000). "Loss of thalamic intralaminar nuclei in progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson's disease: clinical and therapeutic implications". Brain 123 (Pt 7): 1410-21 
  2. Kim S. H., Lim S. C., Yang D. W., Cho J. H., Son B. C., Kim J., Hong S. B., Shon Y. M. (2017). "Thalamo-cortical network underlying deep brain stimulation of centromedian thalamic nuclei in intractable epilepsy: a multimodal imaging analysis". Neuropsychiatr Dis Treat 13: 2607-2619 
  3. Gummadavelli A., Zaveri H. P., Spencer D. D., Gerrard J. L. (2018). "Expanding Brain-Computer Interfaces for Controlling Epilepsy Networks: Novel Thalamic Responsive Neurostimulation in Refractory Epilepsy". Front Neurosci 12: 474 

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