Frontal Lobe

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Science
Subject:
Human Anatomy

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Frontal Lobe

Immediate: Severe headache. Weakness on one side of the body. Seizures. Changes in vision or speech..Reemergence of certain primitive reflexes that are normally present in infants, which include thegrasp, snout, root, and suck reflexes. Of these reflexes, the grasp reflex is the most useful in evaluating frontal lobe dysfunction.Difficulty in changing from one action to the next when asked to perform a repeated sequence of actions.May also exhibit very slow responses.Long Term:May have changes in personality and judgment based on sequential exams or reported by family members. ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Normal Functionality of the Frontal Lobe

Diagnosis: contusion of frontal lobe post motor vehicle accident

CT Scan showed a Sub-Dermal Hematoma. Pt demonstrated involvment of cranial nerve III, the oculomotor nerve AEB dilated pupil.

The frontal lobe is also associated with fine movement control and dexterity of the hands and feet. It also controls the phonation apparatus required for speech.

Normal Structure of Meninges

Clinical Manifestationsof Frontal Lobe Damage.Immediate & Long Term.


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