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The most prominent cognitive deficits were impairment of episodic memory and getting lost. Prosopagnosia was a symptom in right temporal lobe atrophy patients. These patients also exhibited a variety of behavioural symptoms including social disinhibition, depression and aggressive behaviour.How early can we detect medial temporal lobe atrophy in Alzheimer's disease?
Although medial temporal lobe atrophy is well described in Alzheimer's disease (AD), it is uncertain how early these changes can be detected and whether they discriminate AD from other neurodegenerative diseases, most notably frontotemporal dementia (FTD).How do you measure temporal lobe atrophy?
OBJECTIVES Temporal lobe atrophy as assessed by MRI can be measured in several ways. Volumetric measurements are quantitative but very time consuming and require extensive training to perform, so are not easily transferable to clinical practice. Visual rating scales, by contrast, are quick and widely applicable.What is the normal appearance of the left temporal lobe?
The left temporal horn is dilated measuring 8 mm vis-à-vis 2 mm for the normal contralateral side. Marked volume loss of the left hippocampus. The remainder of the brain is normal in appearance. Left temporal lobe atrophy including extensive sclerosis of the hippocampus consistent with a structural cause for epilepsy.