parietal lobe


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parietal lobe

[pə′rī·əd·əl ‚lōb]
(anatomy)
The cerebral lobe of the brain above the lateral cerebral sulcus and behind the central sulcus.
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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 main finding of the ALE meta-analysis was that patients with schizophrenia demonstrated an increase in activation from pre- to post-CRT and these regions were mainly in frontal and parietal lobe [Table 2].
The boy underwent burr hole procedure and biopsy was taken from right parietal lobe by a neurosurgeon and was sent for histopathology which revealed "Anaplastic Oligodendroglioma grade 3.
This patient had multiple abscesses in both temporal lobes, both occipital lobes, and left parietal lobe due to Streptococcus anginosus (cf.
It is anticipated that the use of a spatial/holistic MR strategy will be reflected in extensive EEG activation over the right hemisphere, especially over the parietal lobes, while a verbal/analytic MR strategy will be reflected in strong activation over the left hemisphere, especially over the left frontal and temporal areas.
The parietal lobe works as the network hub of the brain, connecting disparate parts to make use of stored or incoming information.
Along with the posterior frontal and parietal lobe cerebral fusion, note the absence of the septum pellucidum and fused frontal horns of the lateral ventricles (Figs 2 - 4).
High-signal changes were observed in T2A series extending from the posterior part of the right temporal lobe to the right parietal lobe and in the subcortical white matter in the right posteroparietal region (Picture-2a).
Each side of brain region as frontal lobe, temporal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, cerebellum, brain stem, basal ganglia, deep white matter and corpus callosum involved by the oedema was scored with 1 point.
Imaging studies revealed a lobulated, ring-enhancing lesion with surrounding edema in the left parietal lobe (Figure 1).