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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2,10] In our case, a SPECT done on patient A during an episode showed reduced perfusion to the right frontal, paracingular, posterior parietal, right parieto-occipital cortices and bilateral temporal poles.
11) A compressive meningioma in the parieto-occipital region, as occurred in the patient presented here, will affect the optic radiations giving rise to the characteristic quadrantanopic field defect.
Furthermore, the improvement in T2 hyper-intensity in right parieto-occipital areas on day nine (Figures 1 and 2) was consistent with the reversibility of PRES.
y/Sex Presentation (a) Location 1 10/F Seizures (class I) Parieto-occipital cortex 2 15/M Seizures (class IV), Temporal cortex visual disturbance, headaches 3 19/M Seizures (class I) Parietal cortex 4 3/F Seizures (class I) Temporal cortex 5 15/M Headache and visual Thalamus disturbance Follow-up Case Adjuvant Time, No.
1) The metabolic disturbances in parieto-occipital (peritrigonal) white matter remain an intriguing finding.
8,14,46) More specifically, the pattern of aberrant activation points to involvement of the inferior aspects of temporal and parieto-occipital regions that may differ from the more global processing of body image found in ED.
In the follow-up, he suffered from a painful nodule on the left parieto-occipital scalp.
A doppe1ganger episode occurs usually late at night, the experience more common in patients with lesions in the parieto-occipital region of the brain.
This procedure consists of removal of the temporal lobe while leaving a portion of the frontal lobe and a portion of the parieto-occipital region.
Yilmaz et al detected hypoperfusion in right parieto-occipital lobes on perfusion imaging, and edema in gray matter, particularly in the right hemisphere (4).
MRI demonstrated a new lesion in the left cerebellar hemisphere, together with a lesion in the right parieto-occipital region and a further lesion on the left frontal area.