bitemporal

bitemporal

 [bi-tem´po-ral]
pertaining to both temples or temporal bones.

bi·tem·po·ral

(bī-tem'pŏ-răl),
Relating to both temples or temporal bones.

bitemporal

/bi·tem·po·ral/ (bi-tem´pŏ-r'l) pertaining to both temples or temporal bones.

bitemporal

[bītem′pərəl]
Etymology: L, bis, twice, tempora, temples
pertaining to both temples or both temporal bones.

bi·tem·po·ral

(bī-tem'pŏr-ăl)
Relating to both temporal bones, especially to the greatest diameter measured externally from one temporal bone to the other.

bitemporal

pertaining to both temples or temporal bones.
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Previous trials have tested whether standard bitemporal ECT has better efficacy than that of high-dose unilateral ECT, but whether a cognitive impact was too great proved unclear.
A 50-year-old man presented with bitemporal visual field deficits.
Symptom onset is abrupt, with bifrontal or bitemporal headaches, fever, and stiff neck, followed by nausea, vomiting, irritability, and fatigue.
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Pomeranz and Lessell described a family in which there was a hereditary, probably autosomal recessive, chiasmal optic neuropathy in which all of the siblings had bitemporal visual field defects (9).
5) Various teams of researchers measured 16 standard anthropometric variables, including head circumference, Menton-Sellion length, maximum frontal diameter, bitemporal fossa diameter, bizgyomatic diameter (breadth), bigonial diameter, interpupillary distance, nasal root breadth, and nasal breadth.
Sarki soyleme sirasinda bitemporal lob, ek olarak frontal lobu iceren genis noral agi iceren bihemisferk organizasyon, sol frontal lob lezyonlarinda konusmanin sarki soylemeden neden daha fazla etkilendigini aciklar.
Nonfunctional pituitary tumors may result in varying degrees of hypopituitarism or progressive bitemporal visual field loss; hormone-secreting pituitary tumors cause pathological syndromes such as acromegaly, Cushing disease (hypercortisolism), and thyrotoxicosis.
The most common visual field disturbance is bitemporal hemianopsia, and contiguous spread of the tumor to the adjacent cavernous sinus most commonly produces cranial nerve III and IV dysfunction (1).
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) detected bitemporal lesions (dual areas of abnormal tissue within the brain).