Medial Temporal Sclerosis

The withering and loss of neurons in the deepest part of the temporal lobe is known as mesial or medial temporal sclerosis (MTS). Partial epilepsy is the most common symptom of medial temporal sclerosis, in which seizures are limited to one area of the brain. Changes in behavior or emotions, muscle cramps, or convulsions are possible indications of the disease. Temporal lobectomy is the surgical treatment for MTS where the Neurosurgeons remove the portion of the brain identified as the source of the seizures in this treatment.

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Can you explain, based on my history, what my problem is?

Query: Hi doctor,I have had migraines all of my life as long as I can remember. A year ago, I suddenly fainted, hit my head on the wall and received a concussion. Right before I fainted, I was feeling like I had to burp and I had lots of saliva in my mouth. My head was hurting and I felt dizzy. Then, I fel...  Read Full »


Dr. Rajyaguru

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You have seizure for sure. The EEG (electroencephalogram) suggests (attachment removed to protect patient identity) localization more in the left temporal, but also generalized activity in both sides of your brain. There are two possibilities. First, yours is a primary ...  Read Full »

Please interpret the results of pediatric MRI.

Query: Hello doctor, Can you please explain to me the results of pediatric MRI. Patchy regions of increased T2 signal intensity within the periatrial deep white matter are primarily with the terminal zones. The hippocampi are both relatively small and with mildly prominent flair signal.  Read Full »


Dr. Rajyaguru

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. The hippocampus is a structure deep-seated at the level of the temple (at the sides of the forehead). It is significantly small in a condition called medial temporal sclerosis, which can give rise to epilepsy. That is why they have mentioned that the hippocampus is r...  Read Full »

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