occipitofrontal

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oc·cip·i·to·fron·tal

a. occipitofrontal. rel. al occipucio y la frente.
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It may affect areas other than parieto-occipital lobes, typical central pontine signal abnormality in a bat-wing shape in radiology.
The patient was genetically diagnosed as having MLD and T2-weighted images showed marked periventricular white matter lesions in the parieto-occipital region consistent with MLD in the 30th month follow-up cranial MRI (Figure 1A, 1B).
The typical MRI lesions are symmetrical white matter vasogenic edema, usually located parieto-occipital region sparing calcarine and paramedian regions, which may show progression to cytotoxic edema, infarctions, hemorrhages, laminar necroses and glioses (2).
However, evidence suggests that visual-spatial cognitive processing may be associated with the parieto-occipital region.
En imagenes de resonancia magnetica tomada para mayor evaluacion de la lesion se observa lesion quistica parieto-occipital que realza al contraste con bordes delimitados, con multiples septos en su interior, con efecto compresivo sobre ventriculo lateral, en cuerpo y atrium izquierdo, sugiriendo glioma de alto grado (Figura 2).
A male neonate presented at birth with a subcutaneous mass in the parieto-occipital region.
A repeated brain MRI showed bilateral cortical and subcortical hyperintensity involving the parieto-occipital areas on FLAIR and diffusion-weighted images, with a decreased apparent diffusion coefficient [Figure 1]d,[Figure 1]e,[Figure 1]f, whereas the second neuroimaging findings were in accordance with cytotoxic edema.
Parieto-occipital area was shaved and the skin was cleaned from head to below the umbilicus.
Electroencephalography (EEG) revealed a sharp wave activity in the temporo-occipital and parieto-occipital regions of the left hemisphere also slowing of the ground rhythm in the posterior half of both hemispheres and temporal region of the left hemisphere.
dorsi with skin graft was used for very large defects involving parieto-occipital region.
Case of a 27-year-old Hispanic woman complaining of a growing mass in the parieto-occipital region of the skull (Figure 1) after trauma to the affected area.
MRI brain done on the same day (Figure 1) showed bilateral, symmetrical vasogenic oedema involving both frontal and posterior parieto-occipital, cerebellar hemispheres, and predominantly the cortex and subcortical white matter regions.