Loss of memory ability usually due to lesion or surgical removal of various parts of the brain Causes of Amnesia Concussion Migraines Hypoglycemia Epilepsy Electroconvulsive shock therapy Specific brain lesions ie surgical removal ID: 163783 Download Presentation
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Amnesia resulting from Brain Trauma and Neurodegenerative Diseases. Many causes of memory failure or loss have a neurological basis which results from some form of damage of injury to the brain. Brain trauma .
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Loss of memory ability - usually due to lesion or surgical removal of various parts of the brain. Causes of Amnesia. Concussion. Migraines. Hypoglycemia. Epilepsy. Electroconvulsive shock therapy. Specific brain lesions (i.e. surgical removal) .
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