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|temporal lobe stroke effects||0.69||0.7||2374||3|
|temporal lobe stroke deficits||1.63||0.6||7705||36|
|temporal lobe stroke symptoms||1.56||0.7||2898||73|
|temporal lobe stroke treatment||0.06||0.6||403||91|
|temporal lobe stroke presentation||0.14||0.6||6828||43|
|temporal lobe stroke icd 10||1.11||1||334||44|
|temporal lobe stroke side effects||1.04||0.9||2585||58|
|temporal lobe stroke damage symptoms||1.02||1||3622||4|
|temporal lobe stroke visual field defect||0.04||0.1||186||1|
|temporal lobe stroke damage effects||1.9||0.1||4309||65|
|temporal lobe stroke and inability to walk||0.97||0.6||2093||63|
Weakness or paralysis is the most dramatic and noticeable effect of a frontal lobe stroke. The frontal lobe of the brain controls the movement of the opposite side of the body. A stroke that causes weakness (hemiparesis) or paralysis (hemiplegia) may produce obvious arm or leg weakness, but it can also cause any of the following symptoms as well.What are the effects of temporal lobe damage?
Damage to the temporal lobe section of the brain can result in all kinds of problems. These include problems with visual and auditory perception, problems with language comprehension, impaired long term memory, changes to personality and typical behavior, and problems with the selective attention of visual and auditory input.Do temporal lobe seizures damage the brain?
Complications. Over time, repeated temporal lobe seizures can cause the part of the brain that's responsible for learning and memory (hippocampus) to shrink. Brain cell loss in this area may cause memory problems.