parieto-occipital


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occipitofrontal

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

parieto-occipital

(pă-rī″ĕ-tō-ŏk-sĭp′ĭ-tăl)
Pert. to both the parietal and occipital bones of the skull or the parietal and occipital lobes of the brain.
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) imaging in PRES typically reveals T2 and FLAIR symmetric reversible hyper intensities in a parieto-occipital region.
As deterioration of vision, a repeated MRI showed infarction in bilateral parieto-occipital lobs and CTA revealed diffuse vasoconstriction involving in anterior and posterior circulation.
Latissimus dorsi is a valid option when a very large surface area is involved especially at the parieto-occipital region.
Brain imaging usually reveals vasogenic oedema in the parieto-occipital region with sparing of calcarine and paramedian parts of the occipital lobes [9], as shown in this case.
A newborn baby boy delivered through elective cesarean section at 38 weeks of gestation to a multigravida mother with normal APGAR, was noted to have a circular area of absent skin on parieto-occipital region of scalp measuring 2.0 cm x 2.0 cm.
Posterior cortical atrophy (PCA) is a syndrome where the brain atrophy is more prevalent in the posterior aspect of the parieto-occipital cortex.
Her physical examination found an immobile nodular lesion of 2.5 X 2 X 2 cm localized to the left parieto-occipital region and elevated from the skin with sporadic bleeding spots and small sites of ulceration (Figure 1).
Irregular, white calcifications at the cortical-white matter border were visible, mostly in the frontal and to a much lesser extent in the parieto-occipital regions but not in the temporal lobes (Figures 2, B and C, and 3).
* AEDH location ** Parietal 57 38 ** Frontal 40 26 ** Parieto-occipital 15 10 ** Tempero-parietal 15 10 ** Fronto-parietal 7 5 ** Occipital 6 4 ** Fronto-temporal 4 3 ** Temporal 3 2 ** Posterior fossa 3 2 2.
On magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), hyperintensity on T2-weighted (T2W) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) images in the parieto-occipital and posterior frontal cortical and subcortical white matter is most commonly involved in the typical appearance of PRES.
Subsequently, she underwent magnetic resonance imaging with findings of an abnormal signal intensity of white matter involving both parieto-occipital regions that appear iso-intense to gray matter on T1, hyper-intense on T2, and not suppressed on FLAIR, which confirmed the diagnosis (Figure 2).
The awake and asleep EEG revealed slowing of background rhythm over the left parieto-occipital area with no epileptiform discharges.