Many psychiatric delusions appear to be associated with mild traumatic injury to the prefrontal cortex. Examples include content-specific personality changes including pathological jealousy and preoccupation with another person.
Frontal lobe dementia, also known as frontotemporal dementia, is a form of dementia that occurs when the frontal lobes of the brain begin to shrink (or “atrophy”). Experts estimate that it is responsible for of dementia cases.
Frontotemporal dementia is sometimes called frontal lobe dementia.
Brain Pacemaker Can Help Alzheimer’s A constant research is on to treat and beat Alzheimer’s. A new study was conducted on three patients who were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. They had a pacemaker named DBS/ Deep Brain Stimulator implanted in the frontal lobe of their brains. The frontal lobe is t...