parietooccipital

pa·ri·e·to·oc·cip·i·tal

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

pa·ri·e·to·oc·cip·i·tal

(pă-rī'ĕ-tō-ok-sip'i-tăl)
Relating to the parietal and occipital bones or to the parts of the cerebral cortex corresponding thereto.
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However, numerous demyelinating plaques in various regions of the central nervous system, such as bilateral frontoparietal, parietooccipital, and temporal periventricular areas, were found on MRI (Figure 1).
As associated findings, hyperplastic enhanced ipsilateral choroid plexus and an overlying parietooccipital subcutaneous lipoma in the innervation field of ophthalmic nerve, were found (Figure 3).
Diffuse cortical hyperintensity was observed in the cerebellar vermis, bilateral parietooccipital, frontal and temporal regions on FLAIR-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (Figure 1).
Insertion of VP shunt is preferred at parietooccipital area because the frontal lobe has much lower seizure threshold than the occipital or parietal lobe and hence may lead to post-operative seizures.
Tumour locations were: frontal (3), parietooccipital (2), parietal (1), temporal (1), occipital (1), thalamic (1), pontocerebellar angle (1), cerebellar tentorium (1), ambient cistern (1).
PRES, which is both a clinical entity and radiological entity, is characterized by acute-onset headache, vomiting, seizures, visual perception abnormalities, and parietooccipital white matter changes on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) [3].
Tetewsky and Duffy stated that AD commonly causes patients to get lost even in familiar surroundings, which occurs partly because of visuospatial disorientation from parietooccipital involvement [18].
[18] used the functional connectivity patterns to represent effective features for improving EEG-based biometric systems and classification using Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) and achieved 97.5% accuracy in eyes-closed (EC) and 96.26% in eyes-open (EO) resting state conditions states when fusing PSD information from the parietooccipital (centroparietal in EO) parts of the brain of 10 subjects.
For instance, DLB patients showed posterior brain hypometabolism primarily involving parietooccipital regions [7].
Involvement of frontal lobes, temporal lobes, cerebellum, basal ganglia, and brainstem can also be seen, usually with concomitant parietooccipital involvement.
2013 Genomic chr3:50416390 position cDNA c.1295delA change (a) Protein p.Asn432Thrfs*35 change (a) Sex Male Seizure Onset 5 months Epileptic + Encephalopathy Developmental + delay Cerebellar + atrophy Refractory + seizures Seizure types Absence, clonic, tonic-clonic EEG Multifocal spikes over the right centrotemporal and left parietooccipital regions, slowed background activity Other features Status epilepticus, axial hypotonia, dyskinetic movements, tremor, no eye contact, facial dysmorphisms, small head, uncoordinated eye movements (a) CACNA2D2 variants annotated according to Refseq NM_006030.2 and NP_006021.2.