I am a special educator. Recently a student was diagnosed with temporoparietal atrophy following an MRI. I have not had any luck in finding information on the net as to outcome. This young lady is functioning in the low average range of IQ. We want all the information we can find on possible outcomes in order to help her and her family plan ahead and focus on skills most likely to assist her as she progresses through her school career and young adulthood.
All my online research seemed to dead-end either in medical language too confusing for my aging brain or assumed the patient had Alzheimer's.
Is this a static condition or progressive or does it's outcome depend upon causes or etiology? Help!