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Although the most common arrhythmia seen in these patients is sinus tachycardia, at least 5%-10% of patients with temporal lobe seizures develop slowing of their heart rate, some to the level of bradycardia and even asystole (Koseoglu et al.
Crandall, "Temporo-spatial patterns of preictal spike activity in human temporal lobe epilepsy," Electroencephalogr.
1) Follow-up imaging to document clearing of the medial temporal lobe abnormality is recommended.
1-3) They arise when brain contents from the temporal lobe herniate through the middle cranial fosse and into the lateral sphenoid sinus.
Functional and structural changes in the memory network associated with left temporal lobe epilepsy.
Primary Langerhans cell histiocytosis of the temporal lobe
Men and women with detectable CRP levels had smaller medial temporal lobes and decreased verbal recall compared to those whose levels were undetectable.
The lifetime prevalence rate of suicide and suicide attempts has been reported to be particularly high in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy and those who have had epilepsy surgery when compared with the general population, but neither risk factor stood out in the current analysis.
The remaining 11 papers present new research on critical node detection, diversity graphs, the complexity of feature selection, subjective and objective pharmacovigilance association measures, EEG recordings of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, and projected clustering.
Much of the lost tissue was in the frontal and temporal lobe regions of the brain, the chair of decision- making and memory, among other things.
This region is not the initial site of pathology, but because it's linked neurochemically to the mesial temporal lobe, you'll see metabolic changes there first," he said.