Decerebration

Decerebration describes the ligation along the neural axis in distinct parts of the brain in experimental animals. Generally lower decerebration (the cut is made above the upper border of the pons), middle decerebration (cut is made through the red nucleus) and upper decerebration (cut is made so the cortical area is removed). As a result the anim...
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decerebration

(de-ser″ә-bra┬┤shәn) the act of decerebrating.
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decerebration

Spontaneous extension of elbows, wrists and legs which suggests damage to the diencephalon (midbrain). Seen in cases of stroke and some cases of encephalitis. The decerebrate reflex is a clinical finding characterised by rigid contraction of the extensor and other muscles which maintain an animal in the standing position (antigravity muscles), may ...
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decerebration

the progressive loss of cerebral function; advanced decerebration (and the resultant deep unconsciousness) occurs with severe damage to the cerebrum, the largest part of the brain
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decerebration

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-ser′ĕ-brā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Removal of the brain above the lower border of the corpora quadrigemina, or a complete section of the brain at this level or somewhat below it.
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