parietotemporal

pa·ri·e·to·tem·po·ral

(pă-rī'ĕ-tō-tem'pŏ-răl),
Relating to the parietal and the temporal bones.

parietotemporal

[-tem′pərəl]
Etymology: L, paries, wall, tempus, temple
pertaining to the temporal and parietal bones of the cranium. Also called temporoparietal.

parietotemporal

(pă-rī″ĕ-tō-tĕm′pō-răl)
Concerning the parietal and temporal bones or lobes.
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16] Por imagem por ressonancia magnetica funcional, foi identificado que estiveram envolvidas na escuta e na producao da fala e do canto, as regioes do plano temporal esquerdo e a regiao parietotemporal superior, o cortex pre-motor bilateral, regiao lateral do VI lobulo do cerebelo, o giro superior anterior temporal e o planum polare.
EEG de; sol hemisferde ozellikle de sol parietotemporal bolgede epileptiform paroksizmler goruldu (Resim 4).
The areas that showed significantly less activation were the middle and inferior temporal gyrus in the right hemisphere with overlapping to the parietotemporal junction, the bilateral middle frontal circumvolution and the precentral gyrus (see Figure 2 and Table 1).
Cranial computerized tomography revealed a large area of hematoma in the right parietotemporal region, subfalcine herniation and advanced brain edema (Figure 1).
Hence, executive function is the collaboration among several areas of the brain: dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, orbitofrontal cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, and parietotemporal association areas (Lundy-Ekman, 2007).
El hematoma epidural puede ocurrir en la region temporal o parietotemporal.
The three areas identified include the Broca's area which is responsible for writing Parietotemporal region responsible for analyzing what is written and Occipitotemporal region which is responsible for identifying what is written (Stein 2001).
The visualized areas, robustly involving the frontal, precuneus, and posterior cingulate, and the parietotemporal cortices, appeared to correspond to the typical pattern of A[beta] accumulation in AD (Fig.
And later at age 28,3 years, there is evidence of accumulation of amyloid-beta (Ab) in a florbetapir binding PET study in posterior cingulate, precuneus, parietotemporal, frontal, and basal ganglia regions (36).
The cerebral pattern of this deposition was similar to that seen in patients with other forms of AD, primarily affecting the posterior cingulate, precuneus, parietotemporal, frontal, and basal ganglial regions, the researchers said (Lancet Neurol.
31) Severe cholinergic deafferentation of the neocortex, particularly in posterior cortical regions (32) Single photon emission computed tomography Parietotemporal hypoperfusion Occipital hypoperfusion 123I-FP-CIT SPECT (DaT scan) No significant loss of DaT Low nigrostriatal terminal density of DaT caused by severe nigrostriatal degeneration (16) Myocardial scintigraphy with MIBG No significant change in MIBG Decreased MIBG uptake (33) uptake 123I-FP-CIT: 123I-2[beta]-carbomethoxy-3[beta]-(4-iodophenyl)-N- (3-fluoropropyl)nortropane; DaT: dopamine transporter; FDG PET: [18F]-fluoro-d-glucose positron emission tomography; MIBG: metaiodobenzylguanidine; SPECT: single photon emission computed tomography