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Frontal Temporal Lobe Dementia
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 uncle is currently in ICU and his MRI suggests that he has tiny acute infarcts involving left cerebeller hemisphere, left temporal lobe and right deep frontal periventricular region. Other findings suggest acute haemotoma in left caudate nucleus, chron
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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
Can be helped: Not a simple issue at all, as you need to uncover cause of the MRI findings. Seizures can be controlled by appropriate medication. An experienced Pediatric Neurologist can help immensely, and one of our group may assist. A Concierge appt may help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4.5 CM left frontal convexity arachnoid cyst small arachnoid cyst right temporal lobe gliosis left occipital lobe partially empty sella turcica means?
Hx of Trauma?: These could potentially be caused by a traumatic event earlier in life. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my frontal lobe because of it!!! seriously I'm freaking out could it lead to frontal lobe dementia?
Consult your Doctor: Frontal lobe dementia is a syndrome characterized in the initial stages with dramatic changes in personality and behaviors (e.g. becoming sexually inappropriate, vulgar,etc.) Gradually memory and other mental functions also become impaired. A physician should rule out other medical problems and a referral to a neurologist as well as to a neuropsychologist can help to determine what the problem is ...Read more
I'm excited by watching tv or thinking deeply about something but still could I have caused myself frontal lobe dementia?
Frontal lobe dementi: Can have several possible causes. One of the most common is of course injury to the frontal lobes in the form of trauma such as can occur from sports or from motor vehicle accidents. Another disease called picks disease develops for unknown reasons. Other causes include vascular events like little strokes to the front part of the brain. ...Read more
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