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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For example, the gestational ages at which the parieto-occipital fissure (POF) was first visualized in these studies varied from 18.
After a comprehensive neurocognitive and neuropsychiatrie evaluation, a brain MRI can be useful because it will show the predominant posterior cortical atrophy in the parieto-occipital region.
White matter of the telencephalon was considerably reduced, especially in the parieto-occipital region.
The typical MRI appearance of PRES includes T2W and FLAIR hyperintensities in the parieto-occipital and posterior frontal cortical and subcortical white matter.
The awake and asleep EEG revealed slowing of background rhythm over the left parieto-occipital area with no epileptiform discharges.
Grade 1-3 pressure sores on bony prominences of parieto-occipital areas were seen in 19(63.
A cranial ultrasound scan done on admission to the NICU showed a premature brain compatible with an estimated gestational age of 32 weeks, minimal vessel pulsation and predominant findings in the bilateral parieto-occipital area.
Figure 2(a) shows the strength map for the young individuals: the obtained pattern reveals a symmetric behavior with respect to the hemispheres and the parieto-occipital areas are mainly involved in the resting-state network (regions characterized by stronger connections), with weaker sources in frontal region.
Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is characterised by the acute onset of transient and usually reversible alteration of consciousness, seizures, headache and visual disorders, and is associated with abnormal neuroimaging findings mostly in the parieto-occipital cortex.
The neurologist ordered first a magnetic resonance image (MRI) of the brain (see Figure 1 and 2), which revealed mild ventricle enlargement due to ex vacuo dilatation secondary to the diffuse, primarily parieto-occipital cortical atrophy.
The radiological findings are frequently characterized with transient bilateral grey and white-matter changes compatible with vasogenic edema in the posterior cerebral hemispheres, parieto-occipital areas and cerebellum (1).
1), which showed reduced perfusion to the right frontal, paracingulate posterior parietal and right parieto-occipital cortices.