Neurological Diseases.csv

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  1. Broca's aphasia/motor apahasia/nonfluent aphasia/ expressive aphasia
    • " nonfluent; poor naming; ok comprehension; poor repetition.
    • ----Dominant Broca's Area (44; 45)"
  2. motor aprosodia
    cannot use intonation in voice----Non-dominant Broca's area (44; 45)
  3. motor apraxia
    inability to carry out purposeful movements----supplemental motor region (6)
  4. Jacksonian seizures
    motor seizures following homoculus path----precentral sulcus (4)
  5. hemianesthesia
    anesthesia of one side of the body----primary somatosensory (3; 1; 2)
  6. astereognosia
    inability to recognize objects by touch----primary somatosensory (3; 1; 2)
  7. Frontal eye field lesion
    inability to make voluntary saccades to contra lateral side----Frontal eye field (8)
  8. ideomotor apraxia
    inability to use an object when asked----inferior parietal lobule (39; 40)
  9. ideational apraxia
    in ability to execute complex multi tasks when asked----inferior parietal lobule (39; 40)
  10. constructional apraxia
    inability to put things together to make a meaningful whole (draw intersecting pentagos)----inferior parietal lobule (39; 40)
  11. Gertsmann's syndrome
    left-right confusiton; finger agnosia; agraphia; acalculia----Dominant inferior parietal lobe (39;40)
  12. finger agnosia
    cannot recognize individual fingers----a part of Gertsmann's syndrome (dominant 39; 40)
  13. agraphia
    inability to write----a part of Gertsmann's syndrome (dominant 39; 40)
  14. acalculia
    impairment to do simple math----a part of Gertsmann's syndrome (dominant 39; 40)
  15. balint's syndrome
    optic ataxia; simultanagnosia----Non-dominant inferior parietal lobe
  16. optic ataxia
    lack of hand/eye coordination----part of blint's syndrome (nondominant 39;40)
  17. simultanagnosia
    inability to perceive more than one object at once----part of blint's syndrome (nondominant 39;40)
  18. contralateral neglect/hemineglect
    constructional apraxia----non-dominant parietal lobe lesions
  19. asomatognosia
    ignoring parts of one's body----non-dominant parietal lobe lesions
  20. anosognosia
    does not know that something is wrong----non-dominant parietal lobe lesions
  21. Wernicke's aphasia; sensory aphasia; receptive aphasia
    non-fluent; paraphasic errors (naming things); poor comprehension; poor repitition----dominant Wernicke's area (40; 39; 22)
  22. sensory aprosodia
    cannot recognize intonations in voice----non-dominant Wernicke's area (40; 39; 22)
  23. global aphasia
    impaired fluency; comprehension; and repitition----lesion of both Broca's and Wernicke's area
  24. transcortical motor aphasia
    impaired fluency; intact comprehension; intact repition----region around Broca's
  25. transcortical sensory aphasia
    intact fluency; impaired comprehension; intact repitition----region around Wernicke's
  26. mixed transcortical aphasia
    impaired fluency; impaired comprehension; intact repition----region around both Broca's and Wernicke's
  27. conduction aphasia
    normal fluency (minor impairment); normal comprehension; impaired repitition----arcuate fasiculus
  28. Kulver Bucy Syndrome
    memory disorders; emotional deficits (fealessness); hypersexuality; visual agnosia.----Temporal lobe lesion
  29. visual agnosia
    inability to recognize familiar objects----inferior temporal lobule lesion
  30. prosopagnosia
    inability to recognize familiar faces----inferior temporal lobule lesion
  31. achromatopsia
    inability to recognize colors----inferior temporal lobule lesion
  32. dysmetria
    past pointing----cerebellum
  33. dysarthria
    coordinate mm involved in speech----cerebellum
  34. dysdiadochokinesia
    inability to pronate sup hand----cerebellum
  35. akathesia
    involuntary movments----part of parkinson's symptoms
  36. athetosis
    postural disturbance ----basal ganglia
  37. chorea
    quick involuntary movements----indirect striatum basal ganglia
  38. hemiballismus
    unilateral gross movements----subthalatmic nuclei; basal ganglia
  39. dystonia
    persistant abnormal posture----basal ganglia

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