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frontal

1. of or relating to the forehead
2. of or relating to the anterior part of a body or organ
3. Meteorol of, relating to, or resulting from a front or its passage
4. a decorative hanging for the front of an altar

frontal

frontal
The textile or panels which form the decorative front of an altar.
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More alpha waves in the right frontal area thus indicate lower activity in that brain region.
The "Seat" experts noted only "sufficient" protection of the driver's chest and rear passengers during a frontal strike against a deformable barrier and across the entire width of the body, respectively.
CT scan image: Oligoastrocytoma a) sagittal section b) Axial CT image shows a iso to hypoattenuating mass in the cortex and subcortical white matter of the right frontal lobe.
They found that participants with alcohol dependence as defined by the DSM-IV had significantly greater gray matter volume deficits in their frontal, temporal, parietal, cingulate, and insular cortices, compared with controls--most prominently in the frontal subregions--with the only exception being the occipital lobe.
Imaging demonstrated a noncystic mass lesion in the region of the frontal sinuses with avid homogenous enhancement.
Tumours in the frontal lobe may result in apathy, disinhibition, euphoria, depression, dementia, lack of concern, poor judgement, disorientation, poor attention and concentration, personality changes, weakness of contralateral limbs, motor aphasia, and urinary incontinence.
Tribune News Network Doha THE role of the brain's frontal lobe in adolescent risk-taking behaviour was discussed at the latest installment of Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar's (WCM-Q) Grand Rounds.
The role of the brain's frontal lobe in adolescent risk-taking behaviour was discussed at the latest instalment of Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar's (WCM-Q) Grand Rounds.
The role of the brain's frontal lobe in adolescent risk-taking behavior was discussed at the latest installment of Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar's (WCM-Q) Grand Rounds.
Alcoholism compounds ageassociated volume deficits in the frontal cortex, independent of the additional effects of drug dependence or hepatitis C infection, suggests new research.
"We observed a selectivity of frontal cortex to age-alcoholism interaction beyond normal aging effects and independent of deficits related to drug dependence."
The frontal sinus has received significant attention in the forensic literature due to its being permanent and unalterable and for having a highly variable configuration that makes it a reliable means of personal identification (see, e.g., Christensen 2005; Hatch et al.