Definitions for "Temporal Lobe Epilepsy"
the most common epilepsy syndrome with focal seizures.
a form of epilepsy that takes its origin in the temporal lobe and presents with a odd tastes, smells, autonomic dysfunction and a range of other symptoms which may include a period of altered consciousness.
See Epilepsy, temporal lobe.
A medical condition whose symptoms are reminiscent of the most commonly reported abduction experiences, namely bright lights, a floating sensation and memory loss.