1],,, The classic MRI features including frontoparietal
predominant, confluent T1-weighted (T2W) hyperintense, and T1W-hypointense white matter signal abnormalities, especially for the periventricular and deep white matter, tend to spare the subcortical U fibers.
Initial brain computed tomography scans showed a 7 cm, mass-like lesion in the right frontoparietal
region, suggesting a brain tumor.
Odor 1 showed EEG abnormalities over the right frontotemporal region, centro-parietal, centro-parietotemporal, and temporal region, whereas abnormalities were more marked over temporal and frontoparietal
region with odor 2.
Overall, the connectotype demonstrated heritability within five brain systems, the most prominent being the frontoparietal
cortex, or the part of the brain that filters incoming information.
cortical activity of methamphetamine-dependent and comparison subjects performing a delay discounting task.
9,10 The most frequent intracranial locations are: frontotemporal, frontoparietal
, parietal, cerebellar, and occipital lobes.
Axial T1WI reveals hypointensity in subcortical white matter and corona radiata of left frontoparietal
lobes, Axial T2WI shows hyperintensity in the affected regions, DWI shows restricted diffusion with low ADC values(not shown here), Axial post-contrast T1 FS images reveal gyriform cortical enhancement in the frontoparietal
lobes and thickened meningeal enhancement in suprasellar cistern, interpeduncular cistern & bilateral Sylvian fissure cisterns, TOF Angio reveals narrowing in proximal segment of left MCA.
The CT scan (figure 2) revealed an acute on chronic large left frontotemporoparietal and a right frontoparietal
subdural hematoma (SDH) with resultant left to right subfalcine herniation.
report on six patients, of which one had hemidystonia caused by AVM in the contralateral frontoparietal
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A) Axial T2 images showing hyperintensity in the right frontoparietal
lobe and right temporal lobe.
A 72-year-old female with a past history of a right frontoparietal
stroke and residual left hemiparesis presented to the ER with a one-day history of headache and confusion.