parietofrontal

parietofrontal

 [pah-ri″ĕ-to-frun´t'l]
pertaining to the parietal and frontal bones, gyri, or fissures.

pa·ri·e·to·fron·tal

(pă-rī'ĕ-tō-frŭn'tăl),
Relating to the parietal and the frontal bones or the parts of the cerebral cortex corresponding thereto.

parietofrontal

/pa·ri·e·to·fron·tal/ (pah-ri″ĕ-to-frun´t'l) pertaining to the parietal and frontal bones, gyri, or fissures.

parietofrontal

pertaining to the parietal and frontal bones, gyri or fissures.
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The functional role of the parietofrontal mirror circuit: interpretations and misinterpretations.
Studies using fMRI techniques have reported activation of the supplementary motor area, premotor cortex, primary motor cortex, parietofrontal circuitry, temporal gyrus, and ipsilateral anterior lobe of the cerebellum [24-26].
Parietofrontal regions of the scalp were also involved.
Among the 14 topics are timing excitation and inhibition in the cortical network, gap junctions and emergent rhythms, the feed-forward chain as a filter-amplifier motif, encoding and decoding target parameters in the primate parietofrontal system, stochastic synchrony in the olfactory bulb, and the large-scale computational modeling of the primary visual cortex.
A unique depression was consistently found at the cornual end of the temporal line of the skull medial to the middle portion of the caudal boundary of the orbit and dorsal to the lateral portion of the parietofrontal suture.