temporo-occipital

temporo-occipital

 [tem″po-ro-ok-sip´ĭ-tal]
pertaining to the temporal and occipital bones.

temporo-occipital

/tem·po·ro-oc·cip·i·tal/ (-ok-sip´ĭ-t'l) pertaining to the temporal and occipital bones.

temporo-occipital

(tĕm″pō-rō-ŏk-sĭp′ĭ-tăl) [″ + occipitalis, pert. to the occiput]
Pert. to the temporal and occipital bones of the skull or to the temporal and occipital lobes of the brain.

temporo-occipital

pertaining to the temporal and occipital bones.
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One patient developed hemidystonia and hemichorea-hemiballism after bleeding of temporo-occipital AVM, and two patients had focal hemidystonia caused by hemorrhage from AVM in the basal ganglia.
On MRI brain, there were T2 hyperintensities in the right temporo-occipital and right posterior parietal regions.
FRONTAL 5 GANGLIOS DE LA BASE 9 TEMPORO-OCCIPITAL 1 OCCIPITAL 11 TEMPORAL 9 PARIETO TEMPORAL 1 CEREBELOSO 1 PERICALLOSO 2 PIAL NO GALENICA 1 PARIETAL 6 Nota: Table derivada de grafico de barra.
Researchers identified five areas, in the frontal lobe and in the temporo-occipital region of the brain that were affected by frequent heading, areas that are responsible for attention, memory, executive functioning and higher-order visual functions.
In contrast, autoscopic hallucinations are correlated with damage to the temporo-occipital and parietal-occipital cortex, areas associated with visual processing, but lacking the vestibular input that could create a sensation that one is floating in space.
Only in one case the electroencephalogram was abnormal, with slow temporo-occipital waves observed.
The most commonly encountered clinical scenario is a diabetic patient with an inadequately treated chronic external otitis who presents with temporo-occipital pain.
Roland & Gulyas (1994) say that the areas used for visual imagery are parieto-occipital and temporo-occipital associative areas representing just a small sub-set of the visual areas involved in perception.
Both groups showed activation in the temporo-occipital cortex, but only BPD patients showed strong activation of the fusiform gyrus.
Repeat CT scan of the brain showed new bilateral temporo-occipital hypodensity more on the left side and a probable right middle cerebellar and left thalamic internal capsule infarct.
According to the pattern the following forms are seen: patchy AA, round or oval patches of hair loss (most common); reticular AA, reticulated pattern of hair loss; ophiasic band like AA, hair loss in parieto- temporo-occipital scalp; ophiasis inversus, a rare band like pattern of hair loss in fronto-parieto-temporal scalp; and diffuse Alopecia Areata, a diffuse decrease in hair density.
5% de su serie, 4 de nuestros pacientes presentaron esa ubicacion, 3 parietales de la convexidad, 4 parietales parasagitales, 4 del ala esfenoidal, 3 de localizacion temporal, y 3 en localizaciones como de la convexidad occipital, temporo-occipital, y petroclival.