frontoparietal

fron·to·pa·ri·e·tal

(frŏn'tō-pa-rī'ĕ-tăl),
Relating to the frontal and the parietal bones.

frontoparietal

(frŭn′tō-pə-rī′ĭ-təl)
adj.
Relating to or characteristic of both frontal and parietal bones.

frontoparietal

adjective Referring to the frontal and parietal bones and other shared structures.

fron·to·pa·ri·e·tal

(frŏn'tō-păr-ī'ĕ-tăl)
Relating to the frontal and the parietal bones.

fron·to·pa·ri·e·tal

(frŏn'tō-păr-ī'ĕ-tăl)
Relating to frontal and parietal bones.
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However, numerous demyelinating plaques in various regions of the central nervous system, such as bilateral frontoparietal, parietooccipital, and temporal periventricular areas, were found on MRI (Figure 1).
For example, higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids paralleled the positive relationship between a healthy frontoparietal network and general intelligence.
Bilgisayarli beyin tomografisinde bilateral frontal bolgede yaklasik 4,5 cm boyutunda hemoraji, sol bazal gangliyon duzeyinde 2 cm capinda parankimal hemoraji, sol lateral ventrikulde intraventrikuler hemoraji (IVH) ve her iki hemisferde frontoparietal bolgelerde subaraknoid kanama ile birlikte orta hat yapilarinda 4 mm saga shift saptandi (Resim 1) ve ileri tetkik ve tedavi amaciyla genel yogun bakim unitesine yatisi yapildi.
'En coup de sabre' is characterized by sclerotic lesions distributed in a linear, band-like fashion on the frontoparietal scalp and forehead.
After which, the suspect allegedly pulled out an unidentified pointed instrument from his bag and stabbed the victim's head, hitting the frontoparietal area.
Presentation Transient Bilateral internal 1 6 F ischaemic carotid artery attack occlusion 2 34 F Right hemiplegia Left parietal intraparenchymal haemorrhage Left hemiplegia Ischaemic infarct 3 15 M in right frontoparietal region Altered Left 4 44 M sensorium gangliocapsular projectile intrapare nchyma l vomiting haemorrhage Bilateral 5 5 F Seizure supraclinoid ICA occlusion 6 9 M Transient Infarct in right MCA ischaemic attack territory Bilateral ICA 7 23 F Altered occlusion with sensorium intrapare nchyma l haemorrhage Transient Periventricular 8 7 M ischaemic attack ischaemic changes Periventricular 9 4 F Seizure ischaemic changes Left hemiplegia Ischaemic infarct 10 16 F in right parietal region Case Mean Heart Mean Blood Post- No.
Parietal (16.5%), frontal (15.2%), and frontoparietal (10.1%) locations were most commonly involved followed by occipitoparietal (6.3%), fronto-occipital (3.8%), cerebellar (2.5%), temporal (2.5%), and occipital (2.5%) locations.
Brain magnetic resonance imaging showed foci with hyperintense signal in the T2-weighted sequences and fluid attenuation inversion recovery bilaterally in subcortical frontoparietal areas.
Subcortical cysts are always present in the anterior temporal area and are also constantly observed in the frontoparietal region (3).