Frontotemporal dementia is the shrinking of the frontal and temporal anterior lobes of the brain, states WebMD. Symptoms may include impulsive or listless behavior, socially inappropriate behavior, and progressive loss o... More »

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Treatment options for frontotemporal dementia include antidepressants, antipsychotic medications, therapy and certain lifestyle changes, explains Mayo Clinic. Treatment methods focus on managing symptoms because frontote... More »

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Frontal lobe dementia, more properly referred to as frontotemporal dementia, is described by Mayo Clinic as an umbrella term used to for a number of uncommon brain disorders. These disorders inflict progressive cell dege... More »

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The shrinkage of tissue in the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain that affects personality and behaviors is considered frontotemporal dementia, or FTD, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders a... More »

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Symptoms of frontotemporal, or frontal lobe, dementia fall into three dominant symptom clusters: behavioral changes, speech and language changes, and movement disorders, states Mayo Clinic. Under behavioral changes, symp... More »

The parietal lobe is one of the four major lobes that comprise the brain, and it plays a role in interpreting sensory information. Making individuals aware of their limbs is a major responsibility of the parietal lobe. N... More »

Dementia caused by Huntington’s disease may begin as early as age 30, while frontotemporal dementia, a condition linked to nerve cell degeneration in the frontal and temporal brain lobes, may manifest as early as age 40,... More »

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