Definition of subcortical in English:

subcortical

Syllabification: sub·cor·ti·cal
Pronunciation: /səbˈkôrtikəl
 
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adjective

1Below the cortex.
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  • Imaging studies done 9 days after admission showed significant progression of his disease, with increased meningeal thickening and focal extension to the adjacent cortex and subcortical white mater.
  • Radiographic studies showed a collapse of the eighth vertebra and a subcortical defect on the inner surface of the distal end of the patient's left femur.
  • The lesions characteristically involve subcortical white matter, extending to the lower layers of the cortical ribbon.
1.1 Anatomy Relating to or denoting the region of the brain below the cortex.
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  • Normal consciousness requires wakefulness or arousal activated in the brain stem and midbrain and awareness via the cerebral cortex and projections to and from subcortical brain areas.
  • Neuroimaging studies demonstrate that pain involves highly distributed processing in multiple cortical and subcortical regions.
  • Retrieval success produced a significant cluster of activation in the prefrontal cortex, the medial frontal gyrus, and several clusters in subcortical regions, most notably in the left medial temporal lobe.

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