occipital area

occipital area

The back of the head, the portion of the skull made of the occipital bone, and the part of the cerebrum below the occipital bone.
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In occipital area the mean EF required to pluck the anagen hair was 57.72 gms and telogen hair was 26.78 gms (P-value-0.000).
A 2 cm x 2 cm bone defect with exposed periosteum was covered with transposition flap from occipital area of scalp (based on superficial temporal and retroauricular artery) [Figure 2].
It hit the occipital area and crossed from right to the left side of the brain,' Montana said at a press conference.
A severe aching pain and tenderness over the left occipital area were associated during initial development of left occipital pain 16 months ago.
Three days later, he noticed a mild ache on the occipital area of his scalp and found an attached tick that he removed with his fingers.
Occipital area with scattered small punctures toward sides.
It seems that a more specific sublobar categorization of the resection within the occipital lobe may support a more selective disconnection of the segregated and hyper activated bundles underlying the occipital area.
Defining the region-of-interest (ROI) of the specific binding area (the striatum) and nonspecific binding area (reference areas, devoid of the DA neurotransmission system, such as the occipital area or cerebellum) is necessary for the ratio methods.
A special kind of seizure, originating from the occipital area (where vision is processed) is difficult to distinguish from a migraine aura, particularly if there is no precise history about the color, shape, and development of the visual disturbance.