Brain lesions, abnormalities found on brain-imaging tests, are caused by several conditions, such as encephalitis, hydrocephalus, multiple sclerosis, a brain aneurysm or traumatic brain injury, according to Mayo Clinic. ... More »

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Lesions can form within kidneys as a result of diseases such as Wilm's tumor, renal cell carcinoma, polycystic kidney disease, tuberous sclerosis and medullary cystic kidney disease, according to WebMD and Healthline. Si... More »

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While the causes of white matter brain diseases are not known, there is evidence to suggest a connection between these diseases and the disease processes associated with high blood pressure, atherosclerosis and inflammat... More »

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Some medical causes of temper tantrums include Alzheimer's disease, neurosyphilis and traumatic brain injury, according to Mayo Clinic and Healthline. Alzheimer's disease is a brain disorder where the brain atrophies, sa... More »

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Some causes of tremor are multiple sclerosis, hyperthyroidism, liver failure, stroke and traumatic brain injury, says the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Other causes are diseases that damage the... More »

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Brain lesions are diagnosed using several methods including CT scans, MRI and blood tests, according to WebMD. Brain lesions are also referred to as metastatic brain tumors, secondary tumors and brain metastatics, and ar... More »

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The rehabilitation process for traumatic brain injury varies depending on which parts of the brain are injured as a result of trauma. Brain injury rehabilitation includes counseling, physical therapy, speech and language... More »

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