cortex的的用法,cortex怎么读美 ['kɔr.teks] 英 ['kɔː(r)teks]
the outer layer of an organ in the body, especially the brain
the cerebral/renal cortex(= around the brain/ kidney )
the outer layer of a solid organ or part of the body, e.g. the outer covering of the kidney or brain
the tissue in plant stems and roots between the outer layer and the central core
However, the cortex of the posterior tibia does not always offer good purchase for screw fixation, particularly in osteopenic bone.
Put simply, the prefrontal cortex is at the heart of our most flexible and forward-looking thoughts.
The next day, when his body was found with his cortex pealed from his head.
When a group of men looked at images of overweight men, there was no medial prefrontal cortex activity.
FDG-PET seems to be suitable for diagnosis and staging of adrenal cortex carcinoma in one single examination.
When doctors asked her to think of playing tennis, areas of her motor cortex leapt to life.
As the animation plays, activity first builds up in the genital area of the sensory cortex, a response to being touched in that region.
Results With the increase of reperfusion injury, there was no significant change in renal cortex echo revealed by CEUS.
And after just a few hours with the blindfold removed, the visual cortex again responded only to input from the eyes.
When confronted with a celebrity, the team documented heightened activity in a certain part of the brain - the medial orbitofrontal cortex.