[ tem-per-uh l-lohb ]
/ ˈtɛm pər əlˌloʊb /
a type of seizure disorder produced by abnormal electric discharges in the temporal lobe of the brain, characterized by the occurrence of any of a variety of auras followed by a brief loss of consciousness with accompanying repetitive, automatic movements.
What Is The Difference Between Archaic And Obsolete Words?The meaning of these temporal labels can be somewhat different among dictionaries and thesauri. The label archaic is used for words that were once common but are now rare. Archaic implies having the character or characteristics of a much earlier time. Obsolete indicates that a term is no longer in active use, except, for example, in literary quotation. Obsolete may apply to a word regarded as no longer acceptable or useful even though …
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- temporal plane,
- temporal pole,
- temporal process,
- temporal ridge,
- temporal summation,
- temporary cartilage,
- temporary denture
Also called psychomotor epilepsy.
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temporal lobe epilepsy
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