Callosol Function

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Anonymous
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81975
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Callosol Function
Updated:
2011-04-26 15:39:31
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agnosia apraxia ideational
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callosal fuction
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  1. What is Ideomotor Apraxia in left hand?
    • Inability to perform movements with left hand.
    • They can understand it verbally but can't perform it.
  2. Where is the lesion for ideomotor apraxia located?
    Anterior Callosum
  3. Which hand is normally affected with Alien Hand Syndrome?
    Left
  4. What part(s) of the brain is damaged in Alien Hand Syndrome?
    • Callosum lesion + Supplementary motor
    • Ideomotor apraxia occurs in when callosum is lesioned
    • Supplementary involves inhibitory control
  5. If a patient has Agenesis Corpus Callosum, what does it mean?
    they are born w/o a corpus callosum
  6. What does a missing corpus callosum connect?
    It connects the brain together
  7. If a patient has visual agnosia, how can they distinguish an object?
    through tactile ability, even though they can't visually grasph the object
  8. What area of the brain helps identify color?
    V4
  9. What area of the brain identifies motion?
    V5/MT
  10. Do the what and where streams interact with each other?
    yes, they is extensive x-talk that happens at multiple points
  11. V4 detects
    color
  12. V5/MT detects
    motion
  13. What si the condition called when the V4 is lesioned?
    Achromatopsia

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