Keywords: Cognitive outcome, mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, anterior temporal
lobectomy, selective-amygdalohippocampectomy, executive function
Psychiatric aspects of temporal lobe epilepsy before and after anterior temporal
Artery (ATA): This artery extends in the similar fashion and the temporopolar and vascularises the same regions.
Grafman, "Social concepts are represented in the superior anterior temporal
cortex," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
a) Sagittal T1-weighted imaging (T1WI) demonstrated a heterogeneous T1 hypointense mass involving a majority of the anterior temporal
lobe with associated mass effect and surrounding vasogenic edema.
Predominantly affected regions are frontal, parietal, and anterior temporal
, followed by external capsule.
These regions, the anterior temporal
lobe and orbito-frontal cortex, are closely linked to the olfactory cortex, the brain's primary headquarters for smell information.
Factors related to successful antiepileptic drug withdrawal after anterior temporal
lobectomy for medial temporal lobe epilepsy.
The amygdala is the almond-shaped nucleus in the anterior temporal
lobe that plays a key role in both aversive conditioning and instrumental learning (Blair, 2003).
The frontal and anterior temporal
lobes of the brain are the most commonly damaged areas in traumatic brain injuries," says Dr Paul Shotbolt, who specialises in assessing the extent of brain injuries and providing psychological therapy and rehabilitation at Re:Cognition Health.
14-19) Jackler and Cho propose an alternative hypothesis: that blood products arise from dehiscences of the bony partition between the petrous apex air cell system and the bone marrow in the anterior temporal
bone or clivus.
In this, an electrode is placed on each side of the heads, over the anterior temporal
lobes just above the ears.