When a married couple is found beaten in their home, a mother identifies her son as the killer and the CSIs believe they have their suspect, but all is not what it seems when another witness comes forward. Written by
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Sid says the damage is mostly to the "front left temporal lobe," which Mac then says controls "language, speech, memory, [Sid: among other things." The frontal and temporal lobes both have a great deal to do with speech and language, but they are two distinct areas of the brain. In addition, the MRI image shows only the frontal lobe, not the "front left" part of the temporal lobe. Mac then say that the victim understood him and says that the same part of the brain is involved in comprehension. Sid agrees. Although many neural circuits overlap in language areas, language comprehension is generally believed to occur in the temporal lob, whereas language is generally believed to occur in the frontal lobe. These are not the same areas. See more
Is the mother gonna make it?
Detective Mac Taylor
She's not conscious yet, but the doctors say she'll pull through. It's nothing short of a miracle. I've never seen anyone take a beating like that and survive.
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