- s dividing an animal into right and left halves
- s relating to or situated in or extending toward the middle
- This dark network (which comprises regions in the frontal, parietal and medial temporal lobes) is off when we seem to be on, and on when we seem to be off.
- Regardless of their content, statements that the subjects believed lit up the ventral medial prefrontal cortex (VMPC), a location in the brain best known for processing reward .
- Among other things, these signal the amygdala, a tiny, neuron-rich structure nestled inside the brain's medial temporal lobes, which responds by releasing another hormone, called .
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- Erik Kratz undergoes surgery on left knee, out 6-8 weeks
From beat reporter Matt Gelb of the Philadelphia Inquirer comes word that Phillies catcher Erik Kratz underwent surgery on Wednesday afternoon to fix a medial meniscus tear in his left knee. He’s expected to need 6-8 weeks of rest and rehab, which plots his return for sometime near late July or early August. Kratz suffered…
June 12, 2013 - NBC Sports: HardballTalk
- Phillies Notes: Kratz needs surgery on left knee
MINNEAPOLIS - An MRI examination Monday revealed a medial meniscus tear in Erik Kratz's left knee, an injury that will require surgery and could endanger the remainder of his season.
June 11, 2013 - The Philadelphia Inquirer
- Erik Kratz to undergo surgery for medial meniscus tear in knee
Phillies catcher Erik Kratz was placed on the disabled list yesterday with a left knee injury and it turns out that he’ll have to miss an extended period of time. According to CSNPhilly.com, the Phillies announced today that Kratz underwent an MRI which showed a medial meniscus tear. He’ll undergo surgery on the knee, after…
June 10, 2013 - NBC Sports: HardballTalk
- Sir Alex Ferguson in Times Online
On Scholes, Ferguson added: "We do not know exactly how serious at this moment in time. It looks like medial ligament damage, which would be six to eight weeks - a bit of a blow."
- Steve Bruce in TeleText
Bruce told the Echo: "He's done his medial ligament. It's not good news, but it's the best we could have hoped."
- Alan Curbishley in International Herald Tribune
Dean has hurt his medial knee ligament,West Ham manager Alan Curbishley said. "You could see he was laboring and couldn't really run about. I would think he is very doubtful for England. He couldn't really run near the end so I imagine...