gyrus

  • 1gyrus — ● gyrus nom masculin (latin gyrus, circonvolution) Circonvolution cérébrale. ⇒GYRUS, subst. masc. ANAT. Circonvolution cérébrale. Fritsch et Hitzig (1870), puis (...) Ferrier (1875), (...) appliquèrent la méthode des stimulations électriques au… …

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  • 2Gyrus — (lat.), 1) Ring, Windung; 2) Ring der Farrenkräuter, s. Befruchtungstheile der Kryptogamen: daher als Anhängesylbe gyrus, wendelig, mit Spiralwindungen; 3) Windung der Därme …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 3gyrus — convolution between grooves, 1842, from L. gyrus “circle, circuit, career,” from Gk. gyros “ring, circle” (see GYRE (Cf. gyre)) …

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  • 4Gyrus — Gy rus (j[imac] r[u^]s), n.; pl. {Gyri} (j[imac] r[imac]). [L. See {Gyre}, n.] A convoluted ridge between grooves; a convolution; as, the gyri of the brain; the gyri of brain coral. See {Brain}. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5gyrus — término empleado en ocasiones para designar las circunvoluciones cerebrales Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …

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  • 6gyrus — [jī′rəs] n. pl. gyri [jī′rī΄] [ModL < L: see GYRE] Anat. a convoluted ridge or fold between fissures, or sulci, of the cortex of the brain …

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  • 7Gyrus — A gyrus (pl. gyri ) is a ridge on the cerebral cortex. It is generally surrounded by one or more sulci.Notable gyri* Fornicate gyrus * Superior frontal gyrus, lat . gyrus frontalis superior * Middle frontal gyrus, lat . gyrus frontalis medius *… …

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  • 8Gyrus — Die äußere Oberfläche der linken Gehirnhälfte Die mediale Oberfläche der linken Gehirnhälfte …

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  • 9Gyrus — Gy̲rus [von gr. γυ̃ρος = Kreis] m; , ...ri: anatom. Bezeichnung für: Gehirnwindung, eine der wulstigen Erhebungen an der Oberfläche des Gehirns, die durch seichte Furchen getrennt sind. Gy̲rus an|gula̱ris: Windung des ↑Lobus parietalis, dem… …

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  • 10GYRUS — I. GYRUS in vet. Epigr. Septem etiam gytis claudunt certamin palmae, Quod caelum stringunt singula sorte pari: καμπτὴρ est in Citco seu καμπτὸς, qui,flexus proprie circa metam, hîc pro toto spatii decursu sumitur, ut vidimus supra. Certe in re… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 11gyrus — /juy reuhs/, n., pl. gyri /juy ruy/. Anat. a convolution, esp. of the brain. [1835 45; < L gyrus; see GYRE] * * * …

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  • 12Gyrus — Gy|rus der; , ...ri &LT;über lat. gyrus aus gr. gỹros »Kreis«&GT; Gehirnwindung (Med.) …

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  • 13gyrus — gy•rus [[t]ˈdʒaɪ rəs[/t]] n. pl. gy•ri [[t]ˈdʒaɪ raɪ[/t]] anat. a convoluted fold of the brain • Etymology: 1835–45; &LT; L gȳrus; see gyre …

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  • 14gyrus — noun (plural gyri) Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, circle more at gyre Date: circa 1842 a convoluted ridge between anatomical grooves; especially convolution 2 …

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  • 15gyrus — (plural gyri)) an outward fold …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 16gyrus — Any of the ridge like folds of the cerebral cortex …

    Dictionary of molecular biology

  • 17gyrus — noun A ridge or fold on the cerebral cortex …

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  • 18gyrus — One of the prominent rounded elevations that form the cerebral hemispheres, each consisting of an exposed superficial portion and a portion hidden from view in the wall and floor of the sulcus. [L. fr. G. gyros, circle] angular g. [TA] a folded&#8230; …

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  • 19gyrus — n. spiral shaped part of the brain …

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  • 20gyrus — [ dʒʌɪrəs] noun (plural gyri rʌɪ) Anatomy a ridge or fold on the cerebral surface of the brain. Origin C19: from L., from Gk guros a ring …

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