temporoparietal

tem·po·ro·pa·ri·e·tal

(tem'pŏ-rō-pă-rī'ĕ-tăl),
Relating to the temporal and the parietal bones or regions.

temporoparietal

(tĕm″pō-rō-pă-rī′ĕ-tăl) [″ + paries, wall]
Concerning the temporal and parietal bones.
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Key nodes in the SLN include the anterior cingulate cortex, the anterior insula, and the anterior temporoparietal junction.
This revealed that a region that is widely implicated in understanding others' beliefs, the temporoparietal junction (TPJ), was significantly suppressed during trust decisions when participants felt threatened, but not when they felt safe.
Among the affected areas, temporoparietal region was the most commonly injured part of the brain (35.2%).
Surgical modalities tried include re-elevation of the cheek skin flap and interposition of various tissue barriers such as dermal graft, free grafts, superficial muscular aponeurotic system flaps, and temporoparietal fascia between the cheek skin and the parotid gland.[46],[56],[57]
An electroencephalogram showed sharp and wave paroxysms in the right temporoparietal region, and lumbar puncture (LP) revealed an opening pressure of 320 mm H2O.
Hair was pulled mostly from the vertex and then from the temporoparietal, occipital and frontal regions on the scalp (1,5).
* There were 16 cases of venous haemorrhagic infarct, 14 thalamic, 50 Gangliocapsular, 40 frontal bleed, 20 temporoparietal bleed, 2 traumatic bleed.
There was one case each having frontoparietotemporal, occipitotemporal, basal ganglia, and temporoparietal involvement.
Los hallazgos confirmaron en esta poblacion una reduccion en la conectividad del subsistema del cortex dorsal prefrontal medial que incluye ademas la union temporoparietal, el cortex lateral temporal y el polo temporal.
Caption: Figure 4: Postoperative CT scan showing subdural hemorrhage in temporoparietal region.

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