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basal gangliabasal ganglia
what is the location of basal ganglia nferior Cerebrum, DienCephalon and MidBrain
The Nuclei in the Cerebrum are collectively called the Corpus Striatum
what r the nuclei in the cerebrun Caudate Nucleus (Tail) and Lentiform Nucleus (Lens Shaped).
which r the largest nuclei of brain Caudate Nucleus (Tail) and Lentiform Nucleus (Lens Shaped).
what is the major effect of basal ganglia inhibit unwanted muscular activity
What is parkinson's disease degeneration of dopaminergic systems in the basal ganglia, produces a disability to initiate desired movements
what is Huntington's chorea degeneration of the major projection neurons of the basal ganglia, is characterized by uncontrolled movements.
what r the principal component of the basal ganglia caudate, putamen, and accumbens nuclei.
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