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Electrical stimulation of the cortex cerebri of cats

Sam Lillard Clark

Electrical stimulation of the cortex cerebri of cats

Responses elicitable in chronic experiments through implanted electrodes

by Sam Lillard Clark

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Published in (Chicago) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

From Archives of neurology and psychiatry, 38.

Other titlesArchives of Neurology and Psychiatry.
Statement(by) Sam L. Clark, James W. Ward.
ContributionsWard, James W.
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p.
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20190938M

But electrical stimulation of the motor part of the cerebral cortex can in some cases offer relief (Ostergard et al., ). For this purpose, grid-like foil electrodes (also called grid electrodes) are fixed to the outer meninges over the motor cortex and are connected to a neurostimulator. Chronic subcortical electrode implant in a laboratory rat used to deliver electrical stimulation to the brain. Electrical brain stimulation (EBS), also referred to as focal brain stimulation (FBS), is a form of electrotherapy and technique used in research and clinical neurobiology to stimulate a neuron or neural network in the brain through the direct or indirect excitation of its cell membrane by using an electric .

The mechanical stimulation was stretch of an isolated intercostal space. The sensorimotor cortex was mapped with a surface ball electrode. Primary cortical evoked potentials (CEP) were found in area 3a of the sensorimotor cortex with mechanical and electrical stimulation. The CEP was elicited with the smallest stretch amplitude used, 50 by: Summary This author investigated the responses observable in the cerebral cortex and thalamus in case of the electrical stimulation of the hypothalamus of cats and could obtain the following results. 1. The single stimulation of the hypothalamus evoked afterdischarge in the diffuse areas of the cerebral cortex, whose pattern was much similar to the dial burst, thereby lacking of evoked Author: Nakagawa, Isao.

  Motor cortex stimulation has become of interest in a number of clinical applications since its introduction into practice 15 years ago. In this article, the use of motor cortex stimulation will be reviewed first for its benefit in the treatment of central and neuropathic pain syndromes—areas that have been most extensively by:   Localization in somatic sensory and motor areas of human cerebral cortex as determined by direct recording of evoked potentials and electrical stimulation. Clinton N. Woolsey M.D. 1, Find This Book in Your Library Article Information Nature of dendritic potentials and synaptic mechanisms in cerebral cortex of by:


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electrical stimulation of the cortex cerebri of cats: responses elicitable in chronic experiments through implanted electrodesCited by: Microelectrode studies of the electrical activity of the cerebral cortex in the cat * Choh-Luh Li and Herbert Jasper * Aided by a grant from the Canadian Foundation for Poliomyelitis Cited by: Electrical stimulation of (and, more recently, recording from) the cerebral cortex and deeper structures has provided one approach which, when suitably utilized, makes possible informative studies with no irreversible effects on the by: Abstract: In an effort to assess the safety and efficacy of focal intracortical microstimulation (ICMS) of cerebral cortex with an array of penetrating electrodes as might be applied to a neuroprosthetic device to aid the deaf or blind, the authors have chronically implanted 3 trained cats in primary auditory cortex with the electrode Utah Intracortical Electrode Array (UIEA).Cited by: Electrical micro-stimulation in auditory cortex prosthesis and the behavioral manifestations on cats Article May with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) The effect of temperature on the responses to electrical stimulation of the isolated cerebral cortex of the catAuthor: J. Harwood, H. Sanders. Electrical Stimulation of the Human Cerebral Cortex by Extracranial Muscle Activity: Effect Quantification With Intracranial EEG and FEM Simulations Abstract: Objective: Electric fields (EF) of approx.

V/m have been shown to be sufficiently strong to both modulate neuronal activity in the cerebral cortex and have measurable effects on Cited by: 5. Chronic undercutting of cerebral cortex in the cat for survival periods of 9 to days was found to cause an increase in duration of epileptiform electrical, afterdischarge and a significant decrease in content of glutamic acid, GABA, and aspartic acid as compared with homologous cortex Cited by: electrical stimulation.

Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 9 () Elsevier Electrical stimulation with Pt electrodes. VII. Dissolution of Pt electrodes during electrical stimulation of the cat cerebral cortex L.S.

Robblee 1, j. McHardy x, W.F. Agnew 2 and L.A. Bullara 2 t EIC Laboratories, Inc., Chapel Street, Newton, MA and 2 Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Fairmount Cited by: The normal chewing rythm in the cat is 1 – 4 Hz (Morimoto and Kawamura, ) and electrical stimulation near the rostral end of the orbital sulcus of the cat's cerebral cortex may evoke chewing with a rythm of 1 – 2 Hz (Morimoto and Kawamura, ; Nakamura and co-workers, ).Cited by: 3.

One of the most fertile methods of investigating the brain is to stimulate a part of it electrically and observe the results. So far, however, use of Cited by:   Cite this article.

ABRAHAMS, V., LANGWORTH, E. & THEOBALD, G. Potentials evoked in the Hypothalamus and Cerebral Cortex by Electrical Stimulation of the by: Reinhart et al. show that 20 min of direct-current stimulation can change visual acuity. Subjects’ event-related potentials showed the same pattern of amplitude changes observed with behavior.

Finally, subjects with the worst visual acuity showed the largest improvements following anodal stimulation of visual by: scranial electrical stimulation (TES), over the visual cortex attracted only minimal attention because the high-voltage electrical current caused pain and contraction of the scalp muscles (Merton.

Electrical stimulation in cats is a type of a rehabilitative therapy that sends electrical impulses to the nerve within the feline’s muscle. This commonly used therapy is effective for improving muscle tone, correcting structural abnormalities, reversing nerve damage, increasing muscle strength and increasing the muscular range of motion.

CONDITIONED REFLEXES ESTABLISHED TO ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF CAT CEREBRAL CORTEX CONDITIONED REFLEXES ESTABLISHED TO ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF CAT CEREBRAL CORTEX Robert W. Doty, Lester T. Rutledge, JR., and Reed M.

Larsen TO Department of Physidogy, (Received of Medicine, of Utah, 12, ) Salt Lake Cily publication INTRODUCTION of the cerebral cortex. Since then, the production of convulsions in various animals by electrical stimulation of the cortex has been reported sporadically (Munk 4 and Sherrington, 5 in monkeys; Coombs 6 and Gibbs and Gibbs, 7 in cats; Tower and Hines, 8 in cats Cited by: 6.

Effects of nicotine, cigarette smoke and carbon monoxide have been compared in the cat encéphale isolé preparation, exhibiting a synchronized electrocorticogram (ECoG) and Cited by: Effect of cold and electrical stimulation on the potassium and water contents of cerebral cortex slices of a hibernating and a non-hibernating mammal.

Author: Juhani Saarikoski. Cortical Stimulation, Cerebral Cortex Stimulation. Cortical stimulation is an emerging treatment option for a variety of neurological disorders. In contrast to deep brain stimulation where electrodes are implanted deep in the brain, cortical stimulation uses electrodes that.

Alon G, Dar A, Katz-Behiri D, et al. Efficacy of a hybrid upper limb neuromuscular electrical stimulation system in lessening selected impairments and dysfunctions consequent to cerebral damage.

J Neurol Rehabil ; 73 –Cited by: 4.The pioneering work of mapping the brain cortex with electrical stimulation was done in by two German physiologists, Gustav Theodor Fritsch () and Julius Eduard Hitzig (). They carried out experiments of localized electrical stimulation of the brain cortex of .COVID Resources.

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