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The parietal lobe or parietal cortex was the part of the brain that was located in the middle of the cerebral hemispheres. It aided in integrating sensory information.
In 2152, Phlox, acting under the influence of radiation from a trinary system, wanted to extract the first twelve millimeters of Travis Mayweather's parietal lobe to determine the cause of Mayweather's supposed ill-health. (ENT: "Singularity")
In 2367, Doctor Beverly Crusher detected increased neural activity localized in Jean-Luc Picard's prefrontal and parietal lobes. This was as a result of Picard's Humanity reasserting itself after his assimilation by the Borg. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II")
In 2368, Seven of Nine injected three other Borg drones with nanoprobes that created new organic interlink nodes in their left parietal lobes. This resulted a new neural link between them, which persisted even after the three were later freed from the Borg Collective. (VOY: "Survival Instinct")
In 2370, Crusher found a small structural defect in Picard's parietal lobe that could lead to a number of neurological disorders, including Irumodic syndrome. The defect was so small it required a level-4 neurographic scan to be located. (TNG: "All Good Things...")
In 2371, Julian Bashir recorded in his autopsy on Bareil Antos that the damage to his brain began in the parietal lobe and spread through the rest of the brain in a retrograde manner. (DS9: "Life Support")
Danara Pel's parietal lobe had a bio-neural circuitry implant that supplemented her higher brain functions. In 2372, The Doctor removed approximately one gram of B'Elanna Torres' parietal lobe and grafted it onto Pel's brain. (VOY: "Lifesigns")
In 2373, when the Pah-wraith-possessed Keiko O'Brien fell down from the upper level of the Promenade, she suffered a broken femur and a hairline fracture of the right parietal lobe. (DS9: "The Assignment")
In 2375, Koval found that as an apparent result of Bashir's genetically enhanced parietal cortex, his brain's neurocellular structure was not susceptible to Romulan mind probes. (DS9: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges")