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temporal

Anatomy of, relating to, or near the temple or temples

temporal

[′tem·prəl]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to or limited by time.

temporal

Having to do with time. Contrast with "spatial," which deals with space.
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With the help of MGH collaborators Cash, Matthew Frosch, Ziv Williams, and Emad Eskandar, Harnett's lab was able to obtain samples of the anterior temporal lobe, each about the size of a fingernail.
Subcortical cysts are always present in the anterior temporal area and are also constantly observed in the frontoparietal region (3).
Gesierich et al., "Anterior temporal lobe degeneration produces widespread network-driven dysfunction," Brain, vol.
Measurements of tone of the left and right masseter muscles (LMM, RMM) and the anterior temporal muscle on the left and right sides (LTA, RTA) were performed [13-16].
Keywords: Cognitive outcome, mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, anterior temporal lobectomy, selective-amygdalohippocampectomy, executive function
Figure 7 plots the results of ROI analysis for the five perilesional regions of interest, left hemisphere fusiform, inferior temporal, medial temporal, anterior temporal, and parietal regions adjacent to CH's lesion.
Psychiatric aspects of temporal lobe epilepsy before and after anterior temporal lobectomy.
* Anterior Temporal Artery (ATA): This artery extends in the similar fashion and the temporopolar and vascularises the same regions.
Clinical curative effect analysis and predictors of prognosis in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy after anterior temporal lobectomy: Results after five years.
We hypothesized that ICs temporally associated with fearful stimuli processing will correspond to brain regions implicated in perception and regulation of aversive emotion stimuli, as well as negative affectivity, such as prefrontal, ventromedial, orbitofrontal, and anterior temporal areas.
An anterior temporal lobectomy with partial resection of the superior temporal gyrus and sparing of the mesial structures was completed to remove all intraparenchymal tumor and expose the portion invasive throughthe skullbaseatthe inferomedial triangle betweenV 1 and V2.
Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) is the most common type of intractable and partial epilepsies which is predominantly associated with history of febrile convulsions and anterior temporal lobe EEG abnormalities [1, 2].

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