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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.
This degree of brain loss was statistically significant and was seen in the frontal, temporal, parietal, and occipital lobes.
10,12] The posterior cerebral artery supplies blood to the occipital lobes, medial and inferior surfaces of the temporal lobe, midbrain and third and lateral ventricles.
The new study, in the July STROKE, shows greater tissue loss in the temporal and occipital lobes of people with high blood pressure than in healthy people.
This distributed network integrates specific areas in the brain - including the frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes - that "inform" human intelligence.
Cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed increased signal compatible with hypoxic ischemic changes in the posterior parts of both frontal lobes, left parietal lobe and cortico-subcortical areas of both occipital lobes.
There was minor residual high-signal change seen in the left parietal and occipital lobes.
The medial occipital lobes are involved in visuospatial processing; this is subtracting the activation that occurs when smokers stare at neutral images, so they're paying more attention to the smoking images, which is no surprise but has been associated with addiction in adults.
Individuals with the "bad" version of the FTO gene had an average of 8 percent less tissue in the frontal lobes, the "command center" of the brain, and 12 percent less in the occipital lobes, areas in the back of the brain responsible for vision and perception.
Gyral cortical high signal intensity lesions were present on T1W images in the cortex and subcortical areas of the frontal and occipital lobes and cerebellum.
We found significantly lower perfusion bilaterally in the PFC orbits, PFC poles, posterior frontal regions, and cerebella, and also in the right parietal and occipital lobes.
4) EEG may show diffuse slowing consistent with a diffuse encephalitic or metabolic process or dysrhythmias of the frontal or occipital lobes.