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The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

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It is interesting that this system does not influence movement through spinal cord pathways, but rather acts as part of a feedback loop to all areas of the cerebral cortex, with primary input into motor areas.
As the motor areas of the cortex are of primary interest electrodes over the frontal area were chosen for analysis (F3, FZ, F4, F7 and F8).
Surprisingly, declines in the fALFF values during disease progression were restricted to the right CPL, right thalamus, left superior parietal lobule, left IPL, left precentral gyrus, and left postcentral gyrus, but did not include primary or secondary motor areas.
A person whose left hand and arm are paralyzed has sustained damage to the motor areas on the right side of the brain.
Current results illustrate that BA47, (1) participates in a frontal language production system, which probable includes not only the classical Broca's area, but also BA46 and the medial extension of BA6, corresponding to the supplementary motor area, and some subcortical areas ("Broca complex", Ardila, Bernal, & Rosselli, 2016c) (Figure 2); (2) it also has a secondary participation in semantic processing; coactivartion with left temporal areas involved in semantic processing (BA37 and BA20).
sup][2] The frontal lobe is the largest lobe of the brain housing the motor cortex, supplementary motor area, the center for lateral gaze, and the language center.
A specialized multidisciplinary team including neuropediatricians and motor area and language therapists, among others, should carry out follow -up.
As the tumour was sitting near the motor area of the brain, there was a risk that if surgery went wrong, Matthew could end up paralysed down his left side.
One of the papers presented in the orofacial motor area brings the theme food preference of mouth breathers by authors Canuto, Moura and Anjos.
The lowest values were obtained from initial tests in the motor area on positioning and maintaining static equilibrium in various positions from the simple to the complex.
t] are the losses per unit of outer lateral surface of the stator core (specific losses--the ratio of total losses in the motor area to the outer lateral surface of the stator core); [W.