rolandic

ro·lan·dic

(rō-lan'dik),
Relating to or described by Luigi Rolando.

ro·lan·dic

(rō-lahn'dik)
Relating to or described by Luigi Rolando.
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2 An arachnoid cyst can develop at a number of locations within the brain including the main brain fissures such as Sylvian, Rolandic and interhemispheric fissures, the anterior and the middle cranial fossa or the Sella.
It was followed by feelings of panic, fear and bewilderment, 999 calls, tests, an overnight stay at Glasgow's Yorkhill Hospital for Matthew and my wife Lisa, further seizures and, after an electroencephalogram (EEG) and an appointment with a consultant, a diagnosis of Benign Rolandic Epilepsy.
The best practice is to obtain MRI in all patients with epilepsy with the exception of those with a definite diagnosis of idiopathic generalised epilepsy or benign rolandic epilepsy of childhood with centro-temporal spikes, the principle role of MRI is in the definition of structural abnormalities that underlie seizure disorders.
Working memory and phonological awareness in children with Rolandic Epilepsy
Compared with HCs, MDD patients showed decreased nodal global efficiency in brain regions, including the right rolandic operculum ( P = 0.
The combination group showed significant increases in metabolism in a number of regions, including the right hemisphere cluster (insula/putamen/ amygdala/superior and middle temporal region); the left middle temporal pole fusiform gyrus and anterior temporal region; the right middle and inferior frontal region; and the right rolandic opercula.
4 cm in the right motor cortex, corresponding to rolandic region (Brodmann's area 4).
For instance, deducing from the fact that concordance between siblings being low or non-existent, benign rolandic epilepsy, Panayiotopoulos Syndrome, and Gastaut type of childhood occipital epilepsy syndrome were classified under the 'unknown' heading.
Benign rolandic epilepsy is idiopathic, with a probable genetic predisposition, and generally surfaces in otherwise healthy, cognitively normal children between the ages of 5 and 8 years.