Jan 1, 1977

Clinical-correlation analysis in lesions of the temporal lobe

Zhurnal nevropatologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova
A D Solov'eva

Abstract

The report deals with the role of nonspecific and specific brain systems in the clinical picture of brain lesions of the temporal lobe. In this connection special attention was drawn to the correlation between the etiology of the disease, the model of epileptical seizures and the symptoms of the disease, as well as to the clinical traits connected with hemisphere functional asymmetry. The author examined 164 patients from 20-60 years. The clinical data, clinico-psychological studies and the results of laboratory methods were processed for a clinicocorrelational analysis. Expressed vegetative, endocrine, emotional and mnestic disturbances of sleep and wakefulness are related with dysfunctions of the nonspecific brain systems and correlate with a certain model of the seizure, etiology and side of the lesion.

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Bulla
Hemispheric Specialization
Malignant Neoplasm of Temporal Lobe
Entire Temporal Lobe
Psychology
Etiology
Wernicke Area
Endocrine System
Skin Endocrine Disorder
Autonomic Nervous System

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