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Frontal Temporal Disease
Spect scan showed moderate-severe decreased areas in both temporal/parietal lobes &right frontal lobe. Does this explain my memory and thinking issue?
How common is it to have multiple arachnoid cysts (one in right temporal and one in left frontal lobe) both approx 5mm in size?
2 cysts: Having 2 isn't as common as 1, of course. At 5mm they are tiny compared to most. Rarely are they anything to worry about. ...Read more
My doctor thinks my grandma might have temporal frontal dementia. Wants more info to confirm, but I am worried. What exactly is it? How is it treated?
There are 3 types: Named for the brain areas that are affected, the frontal and temporal lobes, there are several different variants of this type of dementia. Some of these types of dementia have prominent problems with words - either slowly losing the ability to speak or losing the ability to makes sense when one talks. There is an impulsive, disinhibited personality variant also. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you advise if i want to know: is the occipital lobe directly attached to the parietal lobe, frontal lobe or the temporal lobe?
The occipital lobe: borders the temporal and parietal lobes.Get a more detailed answer ›
My 20 mth son shows seizure for 1ess than 10 seconds 1/2times/day.MRI told swelling in the temporal lobe and stroke in frontal lobe.Is it curable? Pls
Need further info: It is unclear what is meant by "swelling" in the temporal lobe as that could indicate several things and a previous stroke can certainly be the cause of seizures. Likelihood of curable is low but these seizures are often treatable as there are many effective anti-seizure medications available. Please see a pediatric neurologist or make a consult appointment with me for further guidance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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