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Lesions of the Temporal Lobe:

Superior temporal gyrus: Acoustic agnosia (patient cannot differentiate between sounds) Middle temporal gyrus: Movement agnosia (patient cannot differentiate between the moving and stationary object) Inferior temporal gyrus: supplied by PCA 1. Prosopagnosia (inability to identify the faces) 2. Achromatopsia (loss of color sensation and everything appears gray to them)

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How does OSA lead to peripheral edema and loud S2?

futuredoc  Hypoxia leads to pulmonary vasoconstriction and therefore pulmonary HTN. This can lead to the peripheral edema. Furthermore pulmonary HTN can present with a loud S2. +4