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Parietal stroke: A parietal stroke is a stroke of the parietal lobe. This part of the brain is involved in language reception, sensation to touch, and other functions. ...Read more
Location: Parietal refers to the location in the brain, it is one of the lobes of the brain. There are two parietal lobes, right and left. So, a parietal stroke is a stroke effecting the parietal lobe. ...Read more
Explanation: Many reasons. For professional answer try to figure out by yourself: how often per day or week or even month, related to bright light, high sound or something else, or nothing., some anxiety or overstessed. Then with all this information you can go to the doctor for evaluation ...Read more
A man 29year old having hetergenous mutiple lesion over the temperol-parietal region associated with edema and compression on the surrounding tissue?
The radiology: Report should describe not only the abnormalities but also provide a list of possible causes. ...Read more
Hard to tell: Anti-parietal cell antibodies are age & sex dependent, with an increasing incidence in women and older people. This blood test looks for antibodies against the parietal cells of the stomach. Depending on which laboratory assay was used to determine the level of antibodies without a reference point it would be inappropriate to assign significance to the number. ...Read more
Part of brain:
It is part of brain positioned above the occipital lobe and behind the frontal lobe.
Its function is to integrate sensory information from the visual cortex. It includes infomation processing related to the sense of touch. So it is involved in visuospatial processing. It is also involved with language processing. ...Read more
Integration center: Parietal lobe provides localization, timing, and integration of incoming brain data, and gives us perspective on the outside world. Regarding sense of touch, it allows simultaneous perspectives, and perception of location of the touch, including intensity of sensation. ...Read more
https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Pericardium
Blood test: It is a blood test done to test for B12 deficiency. It is called Parietal Cell Antibody. There is an immune mediated process that leads to the destruction of the parietal cells of the stomach and then the production of the Intrinsic factor. As a result, the body wi not be able to absorb diathermy B12 leafy to B12 deficiency. Anything less. Than 20 is negative. And do not have B12 deficienc ...Read more
NO!: All sensations are organized and responded by THALAMUS Only cortical sensation s are controlled by the parietal lobes (2 point discriminationn, stereognosis i.e. the shape of objects, also the weight of objects) ...Read more
Usually from trauma: All this means is that there has been some bleeding into the scalp. The effect is that usually this is in an area of trauma and therefore, it hurts. The blood will get reabsorbed and will heal on its own. ...Read more
Critical: Dominant speech pathways connect via the arcuate fasciculus, and connect expressive centers in frontal broca's area to receptive regions in the temporal lobe. ...Read more
I have a knot on my head in the middle of my parietal it feels like my skull it's been there 11 years what could it be?
What symptoms with:hyperintensities in left parietal by body of left lateral ventrical. Also in right occipital region.?
These white matter lesions appear mostly to be the result of microvascular disease which is seen in normal aging (40"s +), migraines, hypertension, and possibly some of the clotting disorders which can result in tiny, ministroke events, (eg. Huges syndrome)
do you have a history of high BP or of migraines? ...Read more
I have a hard knot on my parietal on the middle of my head it's hard like my skull but it's a knot do you know what it could be?
Check with your doc: Ask your doctor to order skull xray. ...Read more
Report says- extensive bleed is noted in RT temporo parietal region, the ventricular hemmorahgic area of 33*37mm. Hu is 51.21 in 3rd ventrical region.
Varies: It varies depending. It is not something that is normally done. What is measured is the biparietal diameter which is the distance across the skull from ear to ear while the fetus is in utero. This is used to monitor the fetal growth. There are growth curves available on the internet. ...Read more
Multiple pathologies: Inflammation of the pleura, pleurisy, may be due to infections in the pleural cavity or overlying lung. There is generally inflammation of the pleura overlying lung infarcts. Auto-immune diseases, e.g., lupus can also cause inflammation of pleura. Pleurisy of apparent unknown cause should be treated as tuberculosis unless proven otherwise. ...Read more
"There is a boney defect involving the outer table of the right parietal bone etiology uncertain. What does this mean?
Trauma in past: Did you ever have any contusion or trauma to the area.? Sometimes boney exostosis develop in areas of trauma. It likely is a benign non specific finding. ...Read more
I have a left parietal meningioma, recently discovered due to a headache. Is this a accessible location for successful treatment?
Sharp, localised pain on top of head, about 10 degrees from the centre, in a slight indentation of my parietal bone. Recurrent for a few days. Cause?
Unknown: Have you had any trauma? Have you hit your head or hit the area around it. There is no specifc reason from the history thus given. Is there any redness of the scalp to make one think of infection. See your doctor. ...Read more
Impossible: You cannot have a pain in your temporal or parietal lobe. Your brain has no pain nerves. All sensations are processed in the brain but experienced elsewhere in the body. Whatever pain you're feeling, it's not in your brain tissue. ...Read more
Schizencephaly is a problem with how the brain developed- parietal describes what part of the brain- that along the sides and bilateral means on both sides- the malformation causes problems like developmental delays- cause is unknown
I provided a helpful link below
http://www. Healthline. Com/health/schizencephaly#RiskFactors3
And picture - look for the arrows that point to an example ...Read more
Yes: Contralateral weakness can be present. Sensation is altered on the same side, and pts have trouble localizing motion in time and space. Extinction phenomena occur, position sensation can be lost, the affected limb may not be recognized or even thought to be part of another person. ...Read more
Schizencephaly: Schizencephaly is an extremely rare developmental disorder of the brain. It is a rare cause of hemiplegia and seizure disorder. It is also a rare cause of mental retardation. The subject cannot possibly be covered in 400 characters. You should be able to retrieve sufficient information from sources such as WebMD. ...Read more
Different: A hematoma is like a bruise or collection of blood from a trauma. In parietal hematoma this is in the parietal lobe of the brain, so it is in the brain tissue itself. A subdural hematoma is just under the dura mater one of the coverings of the brain so it is up close to the skull. ...Read more
Hematoma- blood coll: Hematoma is collection of blood somewhere in the body...anywhere in the body....it's called a hematoma. Parietal tells us the location (Parietal lobe of the brain) usually due to high blood pressure while Subdural hematoma means collection of blood below the level of the DURAL cover of the covering of the brain called the meninges...often times traumatic cause but also often can be spontaneous. ...Read more
On an EEG- What does it mean if you had "longer than normal recovery from HV" and spikes & slowing in parietal lobe??
It would help knowing why you had the EEG. I am not so worried about the "HV" recovery but the spikes and slowing in the left temporal lobe is not normal and suggests that you might have epilepsy or s structural brain lesion and should have an MRI of the brain. This should be discussed with your doctor.
Hope that helps,
-Dr Safdieh ...Read more