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parietal

1. Anatomy Biology of, relating to, or forming the walls or part of the walls of a bodily cavity or similar structure
2. of or relating to the side of the skull
3. (of plant ovaries) having ovules attached to the walls
4. US living or having authority within a college
5. a parietal bone

Parietal

 

an anatomical term used with respect to animals to designate a close connection of an anatomical formation with the wall of a body cavity; contrasted with the term “visceral.” An example is the parietal layer of the peritoneum. In plants, the parietal ovules are those located along the walls of the ovary rather than in the center.

parietal

[pə′rī·əd·əl]
(anatomy)
Of or situated on the wall of an organ or other body structure.
(botany)
Of a plant part, having a peripheral location or orientation; in particular, attached to the main wall of an ovary.
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The stellate type, in which the frontal, parietal, sphenoid and the temporal bones interconnected to each other (Murphy and Saxena et al.
OCD patients showed, when compared with NCC, a significant decrease in gray matter volume of the left superior parietal lobe t(28)= 3.
When symptoms such as paresthesia or pain occur prominently and early in partial seizures, the origin of parietal lobe should be suspected.
The remaining branches--anterior and posterior parietal, gyrus angularis, and temporal arteries arise from the posterior trunk.
FDG uptake in the parietal and temporal regions began to decline about 7 years before symptom onset.
The absolute fast alpha activity change in the right parietal region was similar in both gender and women during the binasal inhalation of AEO.
2) se encontraron unidos por un tejido conectivo que recuerda la fascia transversa de los mamiferos [6], ya que esta se relaciona con una membrana similar al peritoneo parietal de esa clase.
In a study of black spots in the parietal pleura, Boutin et al (37) reported that these areas concentrated long amphibole fibers, which in some cases had levels exceeding those found in the lung tissue of the same individual.
27,28] We used the average CPL of the inter-hemispheric path lengths to assess the level of overall inter-network integration (termed LInter-H) between the left and right hemispheres and also assessed the level of inter-subnetwork integration between the left and right frontal lobes (LInter-F), temporal lobes (LInter-T), parietal lobes (LInter-P), occipital lobes (LInter-O), and subcortical structures (LInter-S).
At the emerging of celiac trunk, abdominal aorta presented circumferential parietal thrombosis, about 7.
The rhesus monkeys were trained to move their hands to a light cue on a touch screen (for example from the center of the screen to the left), while at the same time the activity of neurons in their posterior parietal cortex was recorded.