fronto-occipital

fron·to-oc·cip·i·tal

(frŭn′tō-ŏk-sĭp′ĭ-tl)
adj.
1. Relating to or characteristic of both the forehead and the occiput.
2. Relating to or characteristic of both the frontal and occipital bones.
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Craniosynostosis is a condition with early suture closure resulting in small Fronto-occipital circumference (FOC) and rigid sutures not allowing brain to grow.
Anatomic dissection of the inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus revisited in the lights of brain stimulation data.
Fronto-occipital compression also led to an increase of curvature in the parietal bones (Larnach 1974:215) which additionally contributed to the flattened backside of the head (Fig.
CT brain showed ring enhancing lesions with edema in the cerebellar vermis, bilateral fronto-occipital regions and 4th ventricle of brain.
Fronto-occipital modification is characterized by the flattening of both the frontal and occipital bones and is believed to be caused by the application of flat materials (Hrdlicka 1912).
There was no dysmorphism and his height (129 cm) and weight (25 kg) were on the 10th percentile with fronto-occipital circumference of 50 cm which was normal for his age.
They found that, from childhood into early adulthood, differences in fractional anisotropy -- a measure of connectivity -- of the cingulum were associated with executive functioning, whereas fractional anisotropy of the inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus was associated with visual learning and global cognitive performance via speed of processing.
The classic presentation of lateral sinus thrombosis is one of high-spiking fevers (the so-called picket-fence pattern), fronto-occipital headache, earache, nausea, diplopia, and/or a loss of visual acuity.
Hay deformacion craneal artificial fronto-occipital.
Without WMLA Frontal WMLA Fronto-occipital WMLA Test (n = 31) (n = 18) (n = 10) Digits forward 6.
Methods: The quasi-experimental study was conducted at the Combined Military Hospital, Rawalpindi, from January 2012 to June 2014, and comprised infants of both genders who presented late with congenital hydrocephalus, having fronto-occipital circumference more than 98 percentile of matched age group.
The headache is characteristically mild or absent when the patient is supine, but head elevation rapidly leads to a severe fronto-occipital headache, which improves on returning to the supine position.