Definitions: Brain Injury Legal Glossary "T"

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Temporal Lobes: The part of each cerebral hemisphere concerned with sound and language interpretation, and important in memory function.

Temporal: The archral lobe plays a major role in language, as well as in coding information to memory. Though actual storage of info occurs throughout the brain, coding occurs in the temporal lobe.

Thalamus: This tiny organ, a part of the forebrain, functions as a sensory relay station, taking information from the senses and routing it to the portions of the brain that need it.

Transient Cognitive Impairment: This term refers to episodic seizures. Seizures are not necessarily "on and then off" events.

Tremor: Regular repetitive movements which may be worse either at rest or on attempted movement.

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