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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In contrast, the 75% remission rate with bitemporal ECT in the older group was not significantly different from the 58.
Binasal hemianopsia, unlike types of visual field loss such as bitemporal heteronymous hemianopia, unilateral homonymous hemianopia, is not common and cannot be explained by a single visual tract lesion.
Bifrontal, bitemporal and right unilateral electrode placement in ECT: randomised trial.
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The EEG of this younger sibling also showed intermittent bitemporal slowing (left >right).
Six months after biopsy, the patient reported new bitemporal headaches and left eye pain without vision alteration.
Optic chiasm compression can result in bitemporal hemianopia.
Generalized bitemporal elements are defined somewhat differently in more recent papers [Kouramajian and Elmasri 1992; Kouramajian et al.
The patient stated that 20 to 3 minutes after the bite, he noted a metallic taste in his mouth and a sudden onset of the "worst headache of my life," bitemporal and "spreading out.
Multipara (Philips MP30) was attached for monitoring heart rate, NIBP, RR, SpO2 and the psychiatrist was allowed to place bitemporal ECT electrodes on forehead.