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Dysarthria

PostPosted: September 17th, 2015, 2:02 pm
by misterjuanperalta
Because dysarthria is a neurological issue, damage to the brain or nerves in the brain are its causes. The area that is affected is called the temporal lobe, which is located in the mid-to back portion of the brain on the left side of the head. The area most affected in the case of dysarthria is the temporal lobe. Along with speech problems, the temporal lobe determines hearing, understanding, language, memory, organizing, and sequencing.

All of the above are symptoms I experience and I have been diagnosed with focal seizures in the temporal lobe.

Source: https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/info/seizur ... l-seizures
Source: https://livingwithdysarthria.wordpress. ... ysarthria/
More here: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=21773&p=163292#p163292

Re: Dysarthria

PostPosted: September 17th, 2015, 2:15 pm
by Xina535
misterjuanperalta wrote:Because dysarthria is a neurological issue, damage to the brain or nerves in the brain are its causes. The area that is affected is called the temporal lobe, which is located in the mid-to back portion of the brain on the left side of the head. The area most affected in the case of dysarthria is the temporal lobe. Along with speech problems, the temporal lobe determines hearing, understanding, language, memory, organizing, and sequencing.

All of the above are symptoms I experience and I have been diagnosed with focal seizures in the temporal lobe.

Source: https://livingwithdysarthria.wordpress. ... ysarthria/


:( :( This is sad. I'm sorry. :(
How do you get diagnosed with focal seizures in the temporal lobe? MRI? CT Scan?

Re: Dysarthria

PostPosted: September 17th, 2015, 6:24 pm
by misterjuanperalta
EEG