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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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.
Researchers identified five areas, in the frontal lobe (behind the forehead) and in the temporo-occipital region (the bottom-rear areas) 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.
The most commonly encountered clinical scenario is a diabetic patient with an inadequately treated chronic external otitis who presents with temporo-occipital pain.
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.
MRI findings Follow up Changes in number and size of (months) tuberculomas Optochias matic involvement Initial A couple of millimetric sized No optochiasmatic involvement tuberculomas, localized in the left temporo-occipital side and right frontotemporal side.
Statistically significant blood flow increase in bilateral hemithalami and basal ganglia and decrease in bilateral temporal, left temporo-occipital, and right occipital lobes were observed on single-photon emission computed tomography after treatment.
ROIs corresponded to the following regions: 1) left hemisphere, 2) left frontal, 3) left temporal, 4) left temporo-occipital, 5) left occipital, 6) left basal ganglia, 7) left thalamus, 8) right frontal, 9) right temporal, 10) right temporo-occipital, 11) right occipital, 12) right thalamus, 13) right basal ganglia, 14) right hemisphere, and 15) total hemisphere.
There was a significant difference in pre- and post-treatment rCBF values in the left temporal lobe, left temporo-occipital lobe, left basal ganglion, left thalamus, right temporal lobe, right occipital lobe, right thalamus, and right basal ganglion.