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Research & Reviews  183 results

Right hemi-alexia.
Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous Sys... Barton JJ, Rubino C et. al.

Nov 13th, 2022 - While pure alexia was long considered a disconnection syndrome, it may also be a selective visual word agnosia due to damage to the visual word form area. Disconnection is still the likely explanation of hemi-alexias, though, particularly when spl...

Allochiria for spatial landmarks as the presenting feature of posterior cortical atrophy.
Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous Sys... Luzzi S, Fiori C et. al.

Nov 13th, 2022 - Allochiria refers to the mislocation of stimuli to the corresponding position on the opposite side of the body or hemispace. It is most often, although not exclusively, reported in the tactile modality and typically in association with unilateral ...

Temporopolar regions of the human brain.
Brain : a Journal of Neurology; Mesulam MM

Nov 5th, 2022 - Following prolonged neglect during the formative decades of behavioural neurology, the temporopolar region has become a site of vibrant research on the neurobiology of cognition and conduct. This turnaround can be attributed to increasing recognit...

The human brain networks mediating the vestibular sensation of self-motion.
Journal of the Neurological Sciences; Hadi Z, Mahmud M et. al.

Nov 5th, 2022 - Vestibular Agnosia - where peripheral vestibular activation triggers the usual reflex nystagmus response but with attenuated or no self-motion perception - is found in brain disease with disrupted cortical network functioning, e.g. traumatic brain...

The rehabilitation of object agnosia and prosopagnosia: A systematic review.
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience; Gobbo S, Calati R et. al.

Sep 27th, 2022 - Agnosia for objects is often overlooked in neuropsychology, especially with respect to rehabilitation. Prosopagnosia has been studied more extensively, yet there have been few attempts at training it. The lack of training protocols may partially b...

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Guidelines  1 results

Prosopagnosia - StatPearls
StatPearls Rocha Cabrero F, De Jesus O.

Prosopagnosia is defined as the inability to recognize known and new faces. It is also known as facial/visual agnosia.[1] Bodamer first used the word prosopagnosia in 1947 in a landmark paper that described the cases of two patients with face reco...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  6 results

The Effects of Telerehabilitation-Based Spinal Stabilization Exercises in Stroke Patients

Aug 17th, 2022 - Stroke is defined as a neurological disorder that causes acute focal damage to the Central Nervous System due to a vascular cause. Ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke are the two most fundamental types of stroke. Approximately 80% of patients s...

Low Level Laser Therapy Impact on Cognitive Function and Quality of Life in Alzheimer Anemic Elderly Patients

Aug 25th, 2020 - Alzheimer's disease is the commonest cause of dementia and describes a clinical syndrome made up of three domains. First, a neuro-psychological domain encompassing those deficits of cognitive function such as amnesia (memory loss), aphasia (langua...

The Effects of Somatosensory and Vestibular Rehabilitation Additional Conventional Therapy on Balance in Patients With Acute Stroke.

Mar 27th, 2018 - Stroke or unsufficient cerebral circulation is a non-traumatic disease due to occlusion or rupture of brain blood circulation characterized by neurological deficits such as loss of motor control, cognitive impairment, oral disorder or sensory chan...

Study of the Brain Stimulation Effect on Memory Impairment in Alzheimer Disease

Dec 8th, 2011 - Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia whom estimated prevalence rise to more than 5 millions in the US. AD patients display progressive impairment of episodic memory and instrumental signs including aphasia, apraxia, and ag...

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News  6 results

Newly Described Condition Seen in Patients With TBI

Dec 30th, 2020 - Researchers for the first time have reported a condition known as 'vestibular agnosia' causing loss of vertigo perception and imbalance in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The findings were published in the journal  Brain. Vestibular ag...

What to Do? Elderly Patients Sexually Harass Healthcare Staff

Jan 31st, 2018 - What Causes This Sexually Aggressive Behavior? There is a wide differential of potential diagnostic causes for such behavior. Some is due to willful misbehavior. Patients who want to be sexually aggressive can even be emboldened by their circumsta...

What Is Vascular Dementia?

Jul 15th, 2015 - Question How is vascular dementia diagnosed and differentiated from Alzheimer disease? Response from David B. Reuben, MD Professor and Archstone Foundation Endowed Chair, Department of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles; Chief, Divisi...

Aspirin May Curb Cognitive Decline in Women at High CVD Risk

Oct 4th, 2012 - October 4, 2012 — Taking low-dose aspirin may reduce the risk for cognitive decline in older women at high risk for cardiovascular events, a new study has found. In an observational study, researchers found that women who met criteria for being at...

Assessment and Management of Alzheimer's Disease

Abstract Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a significant medical and social problem for 4 million Americans and their partners, families, and friends. Although medical interventions are limited, environmental, verbal, and behavioral strategies may promo...

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