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Sir my friend suffering from mesial temporal sclerosis he is on oxidal tablet since 3yrs i want to ask that is it a complete curble diseas?
What happens if someone with mesial temporal sclerosis (mts) does not want anterior temporal lobectomy?
Depends...: If you're seizure-free, surgery is generally not indicated anyway. If not seizure-free, sometimes different needs can be more effective...though MTS does tend to lead to intractable epilepsy. Another option might be a vagal nerve stimulator. You need to discuss all options with your epileptologist carefully. IMO, risks of ATL are overblown. Biggest "risk" in my book: not 100% become seizure-free. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What happens if you suffer from mesial temporal sclerosis and complex partial seizures,can you haev a normal life?
I was diagnosed with pmr & temporal arterits 10 days ago, steroids aren't working? Could it possibly something else, like multiple sclerosis?
Confidence?: How do you know that your steroids are not working? This can take several weeks for full beneficial outcome. Why are you questioning your doctor's diagnoses? Why consider a disorder like MS which has absolutely nothing in common with your disorders mentioned? Have you taken the time to sit down with your doctor and discuss your concerns and doubts? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do all avms in the temporal lobe need to be treated if a symptomatic but have history of arteriale sclorosis in heart?
Why are "family doctors" answering multiple sclerosis questions?! I have spotted inaccurate info being given. Only a neuro answer? 's
Part of a team: Your family doctor is usually the doc who makes the referrals and is often the one who helps treat complications, such as urinary tract infections, fatigue, associated injuries, medication reactions, and he/she keeps open the communication lines between different specialties. Coordination of medical care is critcal these days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer