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The frontal lobe is located toward the front, behind the forehead. It is important for controlling behavior, personality, learning, and movement.
The temporal lobe is the side part of the brain, beneath the temples. It is important for processing and making sense of auditory input (hearing), as well as understanding speech and language
The occipital lobe is the back part of the brain, and is important for processing and interpeting visual stimuli from the eyes.
The Parietal lobe is the middle part of the brain, located behind the frontal lobe, and contains the areas that control sensation (touch) for the entire body.
Cerebellum means 'little brain'. This region is located in the back of the head, just below the occipital lobe. Its function is to coordinate and regulate muscular activity.
This is the primitive part of the brain that controls basic vital functions like breathing.
This part of the report describes what the radiologist sees on your images. The radiologist will often comment on both normal and abnormal structures using specific, descriptive medical terms.
There is no, , , or .
compatible with chronic .
Thespaces, , and are normal.
Mild. Brain MRI is otherwise .
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