|temporal lobe atrophy||0.36||0.6||3704||87|
|temporal lobe atrophy mri||1.75||0.5||2479||48|
|temporal lobe atrophy left||1.08||0.2||1006||54|
|temporal lobe atrophy score||0.78||0.1||6929||33|
|temporal lobe atrophy dementia||1.58||0.1||8812||8|
|temporal lobe atrophy symptoms||1.54||0.6||6022||51|
|temporal lobe atrophy radiology||0.08||0.6||6017||9|
|temporal lobe atrophy indication||0.09||0.6||9331||88|
|temporal lobe atrophy on ct||1.46||0.7||2752||58|
|temporal lobe atrophy in alzheimer's||0.65||1||2091||33|
Some people with temporal lobe seizures respond well to surgery that removes the abnormal part of the brain. This procedure is called a temporal lobectomy. Also, the FDA approved a procedure called vagus nerve stimulation. A device is implanted under the collarbone that stimulates the left vagus nerve, resulting in an inhibition of seizures.What are the signs of frontal lobe dementia?
For many years, individuals with frontotemporal dementia show muscle weakness and coordination problems, leaving them needing a wheelchair — or bedbound. These muscle issues can cause problems swallowing, chewing, moving and controlling bladder and/or bowels.What is the prognosis for frontal lobe dementia?
Therapies and Prognosis. The average survival time after a diagnosis of frontal lobe dementia is six to eight years, although patients have been recorded to live up to 20 years after a frontal lobe dementia diagnosis.Do temporal lobe seizures damage the brain?
Temporal lobe seizures commonly result from damage to specific areas in the temporal lobe of the brain. This damage includes scarring, called mesial temporal sclerosis. The seizures associated with TLE consist of simple partial seizures without loss of awareness (with or without aura) and complex partial seizures (ie, with loss of awareness).