temporooccipital

tem·po·ro·oc·cip·i·tal

(tem'pŏ-rō-ok-sip'i-tăl),
Relating to the temporal and the occipital bones or regions.
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tem·po·ro·oc·cip·i·tal

(tempŏr-ō-ok-sipi-tăl)
Relating to temporal and occipital bones or regions.
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In temporooccipital epilepsy, intrafocus sites are dominant under ictal condition in alpha, beta, and gamma subbands, while extrafocus sites take charge under seizure attack in delta band, and theta band EEG networks involve more extrafocus sites after seizure termination.
or M.S.) Legend: ACM=arteria cerebri media; ACP = arteria cerebri posterior; T = temporal; TG = temporal gyrus; FG = frontal gyrus; P = parietal; F = frontal; I = insula; BG = basal ganglia; FT = frontotemporal; TPO = temporoparietooccipital; FTP = frontotemporoparietal; TO = temporooccipital
An electroencephalogram showed sharp waves over the right temporal region and continuous slow activity over the right temporooccipital region.
They found reduced global brain functional connectivity and reduced strength in frontotemporal, frontooccipital, and temporooccipital connections in TR-SCZ.
Caption: Figure 1: Noncontrast axial computed tomography image shows a mixed solid (dashed white arrow) and cystic (solid white arrow) temporooccipital mass with a hyperattenuating solid component and a punctate calcification peripherally (dotted white arrow).
Additionally, temporooccipital and parietooccipital association cortices [5], L limbic lobe [14], and L orbitofrontal cortex [10] also depicted a hypoperfusion in certain studies [5-7, 9, 10, 12-15, 28].
This study found that, in the theta frequency band, coherence increased significantly during needle retention following deqi on the intrahemispheric temporooccipital regions.
Imaging studies have evidenced that neural activity reductions occur primarily in the left PFC and temporooccipital regions during encoding, and right PFC was important for retrieval [18-21].
Magnetic resonance imaging revealed contrast uptake [isointense on T1A images, hyperintense on T2A and T2 FLAIR (Figure 1)] leading to mild sulcal effacement and lesions which did not show diffusion restriction in relation with cortico-subcortical edema in the right temporooccipital lobe.
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