The substantia nigra is susceptible to compression by an increase in CSF volume in the cisterns and cerebral aqueduct.

The substantia nigra is susceptible to compression by an increase in CSF volume in the cisterns and cerebral aqueduct.

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The loci of the major cell groups and fiber tracts at the level of the midbrain. IC = inferior colliculus; LC = locus ceruleus; MLF = medial longitudinal fasciculus; Mes V = mesencephalic nucleus of cranial nerve (CN) V; MO V = motor nucleus of CN V; MO VII = motor nucleus of CN VII; RN = red nucleus; SC = superior colliculus; SN = substantia nigra; VI = nucleus of CN VI; IV = nucleus of CN IV; III = nucleus of CN III.

The loci of the major cell groups and fiber tracts at the level of the midbrain. IC = inferior colliculus; LC = locus ceruleus; MLF = medial longitudinal fasciculus; Mes V = mesencephalic nucleus of cranial nerve (CN) V; MO V = motor nucleus of CN V; MO VII = motor nucleus of CN VII; RN = red nucleus; SC = superior colliculus; SN = substantia nigra; VI = nucleus of CN VI; IV = nucleus of CN IV; III = nucleus of CN III.

Locations of the substantia nigra and the ventral tegmental area in the midbrain

Locations of the substantia nigra and the ventral tegmental area in the midbrain

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MRI Technique Could Help Track How Parkinson’s Patients Respond to Treatment: Image: MIT neuroscientists imaged the substantia nigra in a young adult, left, an older adult, center, and a Parkinson’s patient, right. They found that the substantia nigra deteriorates in Parkinson’s patients (Photo courtesy of David Ziegler).

MRI Technique Could Help Track How Parkinson’s Patients Respond to Treatment: Image: MIT neuroscientists imaged the substantia nigra in a young adult, left, an older adult, center, and a Parkinson’s patient, right. They found that the substantia nigra deteriorates in Parkinson’s patients (Photo courtesy of David Ziegler).

Figure 3. Comparison of acoustically-induced firing changes in the substantia nigra reticulata (SNr) in GEPR-9s as compared to normal Sprague-Dawley rats.

Figure 3. Comparison of acoustically-induced firing changes in the substantia nigra reticulata (SNr) in GEPR-9s as compared to normal Sprague-Dawley rats.

The neurotoxin MPTP is converted in the brain into MPP+ by the enzyme MAO-B, causing parkinsonism in primates by killing certain dopamine-producing neurons in the substantia nigra.

The neurotoxin MPTP is converted in the brain into MPP+ by the enzyme MAO-B, causing parkinsonism in primates by killing certain dopamine-producing neurons in the substantia nigra.

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