apraxia and agnosia

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apraxia and agnosia
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2012-12-12 14:21:38
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apraxia and agnosia
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  1. Agnosia resulting form damage to either parietal lobe
    Tactile
  2. Agnosia resulting from damage to temporal-occipital lobe or either hemisphere
    Visual
  3. Agnosia resulting from damage to the temporal lobe in the dominant hemisphere
    auditory
  4. memory deficit for motor sequences affecting only upper limbs, although muscle and sensory function are intact.
    Motor apraxia
  5. inability to perform a motor act on command even though the patient understands the act and has muscle and sensory function; can perform spontaneious, simple, isolated acts but not complex acts, such as writing or dressing
    Ideomotor apraxia
  6. inability to perfrom activites automatically or on command
    Ideational apraxia
  7. inability to copy, draw, or construct designs in two or three dimensions on command or spontaneously
    constructional apraxia
  8. inability to dress self becuase of a disorder in body schema, unilateral neglect and or spatial relations
    Dressing apraxia
  9. Where is the lesion for motor apraxia
    Frontal lobes
  10. Where is the lesion for ideomotor apraxia?
    Left dominant parietal lobe
  11. Where is the lesion for ideational apraxia?
    Left dominant parietal lobe
  12. Where is the lesion for Constructional apraxia?
    occipitoparietal cortices
  13. Where is the lesion for for dressing apraxia?
    uaually nondominant (right parietal occipatal area)

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