occipital lobe


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occipital lobe

[äk′sip·əd·əl ¦lōb]
(anatomy)
The posterior lobe of the cerebrum having the form of a three-sided pyramid.
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Linguistic disorders of posterior system strokes LOCALIZATION LINGUISTIC DISORDER CEREBELLUM Dysarthria, anarthria Verbal fluency deficits Reading deficiencies Agrammatical speech Cerebellar lesion induced aphasia THALAMUS Reduction of speech output Anomia Paraphasia OCCIPITAL LOBE Pure alexia
Provenzale et al presented a series of 25 gangliogliomas, including two occipital lobe lesions (8%).
All squirrel monkeys studied had severe spongiform degeneration in the striatum (Figure 1, panel D) and little involvement in cerebellum and occipital lobes (Figure 1, panel E).
Brain sections recommended to establish a diagnosis in most cases of dementia include medulla, pons, midbrain, cerebellar vermis, cerebellar hemisphere including the dentate, hippocampus and adjacent parahippocampal gyrus, basal ganglia (caudate, putamen, and globus pallidus), thalamus, middle frontal gyrus, inferior parietal lobule, occipital lobe, superior and middle temporal gyri, cingulate gyrus, spinal cord if available, and any detectable macroscopic lesions.
In our patients, frontal lobe (n=4), parietal lobe (n=5), occipital lobe (n=4), temporal lobe (n=2), cerebellum (n=2), and thalamus (n=1) were involved.
Dimension 8: AESTHETICS - Beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder, and when that stimulus is transferred from the occipital lobe to the prefrontal cortex where it is assessed, the brain assigns higher value to it.
ACT scan, performed three days after the initial scan, showed a non-hemorrhagic infarction involving the right occipital lobe.
With the Peristriate region of the occipital lobe key in visual-spatial processing and discrimination of movement and color, (105) any trauma there can produce changes in perception and scotomas, i.
Where visual memories are placed in the occipital lobe, emotions are placed in the frontal lobe and language is stored in the left temporal lobe much like sorting cards into a rolodex.
Occipital lobe seizures as the major clinical manifestation of reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome: magnetic resonance imaging findings.
Extensive laminar necrosis in her occipital lobe coupled with the extensive damage of the thalamic relay between the retina and visual cortex would have produced blindness.