Kluver-Bucy syndrome is a neurological condition caused by bilateral lesions on the temporal lobe. It presents with three or more of the following symptoms: amnesia, docility, dietary changes (overeating, pica), hyperorality (wanting to examine objects by putting them in the mouth), hypersexuality and visual agnosia.

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