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JPB had a Tumor in _________

parietal lobe

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_________ – cannot write or spell

Agraphia

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Agraphia – cannot _________

write or spell

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IWILL BE EVEY LLEASED WENW I CAN GO HOEM

Example of writing by someone with _________

Agraphia

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Difficulty with math -_________

(acalculia)

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Difficulty with _________ (acalculia)

math

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_________ – cannot recall names of everyday objects

Anomia

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Anomia – cannot recall names of _________

everyday objects

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_________ - inability to make or copy voluntary movements or make proper use of objects

apraxia (movement disorder)

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apraxia (_________ ) - inability to make or copy voluntary movements or make proper use of objects

movement disorder

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apraxia (movement disorder) - inability to make or copy voluntary _________ or make proper use of _________

-movements
-objects

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_________ – could not put correct arms/legs into clothing

Dressing apraxia

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_________ – could not make movements like waving, brushing teeth, stirring a cup of coffee – not a motor deficit

Ideomotor apraxia

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Ideomotor apraxia – could not make movements like waving, brushing teeth, stirring a cup of coffee – not a _________

motor deficit

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_________ – difficulty with using a toothbrush to brush teeth – would try to shave with toothbrush

Ideational apraxia

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Ideational apraxia – difficulty with using a toothbrush to brush teeth – would try to _________ with toothbrush

shave

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_________ – inability to stick out tongue or perform other oral tasks when requested

Oral apraxia

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_________ – could not name or number his fingers

Finger agnosia

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_________– inability to localize and name own body parts

Autotopagnosia

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Autotopagnosia – inability to localize and name own _________

body parts

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Autotopagnosia - _________ name body parts on a doll and on himself when they are pointed to
- _________ point to a part of his own body especially those below his waist

-Can
-Cannot

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_________ (touch, limb position etc.)

Somatic sensations

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• Patient _________ - issues with right side so tumor was in left side of brain

JPB

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• Patient JPB - issues with right side so tumor was in _________ side of brain

-left

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_________ - can not replicate queens wave

apraxia

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_________ - area that takes information in from touch senses

-somatosensory cortex

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-Somatic means _________

body

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-Parietal Lobes -

_________ aspect – somatosensory cortex (postcentral gyrus)

_________ aspect – everything else

-Anterior
-Posterior

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-Parietal Lobes-

Anterior aspect – _________

Posterior aspect – _________

-somatosensory cortex (postcentral gyrus)

-everything else

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_________ - first area that takes in touch and body position information

somatosensory cortex

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somatosensory cortex - first area that takes in _________ and _________ information

-touch
-body position

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sensory cortex (_________ )

postcentral gyrus

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Information coming into the somatosensory cortex provides information to parts of _________

posterior parietal lobe

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_________ - part of dorsal stream of visual processing

posterior parietal lobe

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_________ – integrates information from visual and somatic systems to control movement

Posterior parietal lobe

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Posterior parietal lobe – integrates information from visual and _________ systems to control _________

-somatic
-movement

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_________-point on the eye with the most visual acuity

Fovea

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_________- Moves eyes so image lands on fovea

Posterior parietal lobe

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Posterior parietal lobe - Moves eyes so image lands on _________

fovea

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_________- Integration of sensory information from somatic senses and vision to control movement (intraparietal sulcus)

Posterior parietal lobe

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Posterior parietal lobe - Integration of sensory information from _________ senses and vision to control _________ (intraparietal sulcus)

-somatic
-movement

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Posterior parietal lobe - Integration of sensory information from somatic senses and vision to control movement (_________ )

intraparietal sulcus

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Grasp cup (correct hand posture), use silverware correctly, correct movements to get food to mouth, correct motor sequences, selective attention. Comes from _________

Posterior parietal lobe

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Deficits in parietal lobe function – _________

clumsy

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_________ - Ability to distinguish right from left

Posterior parietal lobe

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Manipulating objects mentally (Rotation tasks) – _________ portion of intraparietal sulcus

-anterior

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Manipulating objects mentally (Rotation tasks) – anterior portion of _________

intraparietal sulcus

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_________- Spatial navigation

Posterior parietal lobe

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Problems with Math (acalculia) - ________

Posterior parietal lobe

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_________- Language problems (tap versus pat)

Posterior parietal lobe

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Could use neural activity in the Posterior parietal lobe to control prostheses in _________

paralyzed patients

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Damage to _________ decrease in tactile perception (touch)

somatosensory cortex

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Damage to somatosensory cortex decrease in tactile perception (_________ )

touch

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Damage to somatosensory cortex - Two point discrimination test _________

impaired

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Cannot localize touch on skin contralateral to lesion in _________

somatosensory cortex

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Damage to _________ - Clumsy finger movements – don’t know where fingers are in space (afferent paresis)

somatosensory cortex

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Damage to somatosensory cortex - Clumsy finger movements – don’t know where fingers are in space (_________ )

afferent paresis

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Somatoperceptual disorders -
Damage to _________

somatosensory cortex

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Damage to _________ - Cannot recognize objects by touch - Astereognosis

somatosensory cortex

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Damage to somatosensory cortex - Cannot recognize objects by touch - _________

Astereognosis

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_________ disorders-

Simultaneous extinction-
-Will report stimulus ipsilateral to lesion but not stimulus contralateral to lesion

Somatoperceptual

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-Somatoperceptual disorders-

_________ -
-Will report stimulus ipsilateral to lesion but not stimulus contralateral to lesion

Simultaneous extinction

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-Somatoperceptual disorders-

Simultaneous extinction-
-Will report stimulus _________ to lesion but not stimulus _________ to lesion

-ipsilateral
-contralateral

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-Somatoperceptual disorders-

_________ -
-Ignore one stimulus if more than one stimulus presented at same time

-Simultaneous extinction

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-Somatoperceptual disorders-

Simultaneous extinction-
-Ignore one stimulus if _________ stimulus presented at same time

more than one

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-Parietal lobe lesions-
-Somatoperceptual disorders

_________-
-- Patient with lesion had no sense of touch on right side but could point to where she was touched even though not aware of being touched

-Blind touch

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-Parietal lobe lesions-
-Somatoperceptual disorders

-Blind touch
--Patient with lesion had no sense of touch on right side but could _________ to where she was touched even though not _________ of being touched

-point
-aware

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_________ - damage to somatosensory cortex and associated cortex

Somatosensory agnosia

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Somatosensory agnosias - damage to _________ and associated cortex

-somatosensory cortex

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_________ – partial or complete inability to recognize sensory stimuli

Agnosia

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Agnosia – partial or complete inability to recognize _________

sensory stimuli

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_________ – inability to recognize object by touch (discussed previously)

Astereognosia

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Astereognosia – inability to recognize _________ by touch (can't recognize a pen if grab with eyes closed)

object

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_________ – loss of knowledge of or sense of one’s body or condition

Asomatognosia

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Asomatognosia – loss of knowledge of or sense of one’s _________

body or condition

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-Asomatognosia-

_________ – unaware or denial of illness

Anosognosia

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-Asomatognosia-

_________ - indifference to illness

Anosodiaphoria

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-Asomatognosia-

_________ – inability to recognize or correctly orient the parts of one’s own body

Autotopagnosia

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-Asomatognosia-

Autotopagnosia –inability to recognize or correctly orient the parts of _________

one’s own body

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-Asomatognosia-

_________ – inability to point to fingers or show to someone on command (form of autotopagnosia)

Finger agnosia

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-Asomatognosia-

Finger agnosia – inability to point to fingers or show to someone on _________ (form of _________)

-command
-autotopagnosia

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-Asomatognosia-

_________ - absence of normal reactions to pain although pain is perceived

Asymbolia

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-Asomatognosia-

Asymbolia - absence of normal reactions to _________ although pain is _________

-pain
-perceived

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-Posterior parietal damage-

_________ – bilateral parietal lesions leads to visual deficits

Balint’s syndrome

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-Posterior parietal damage-

Balint’s syndrome – bilateral parietal lesions leads to _________

visual deficits

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-Posterior parietal damage-

Balint’s syndrome-
-Only perceived stimuli 35° to 40° to _________
-Could not fixate on specific _________

-right
-stimuli

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-Posterior parietal damage-

_________ -
-Only perceived stimuli 35° to 40° to right
-Could not fixate on specific stimuli

Balint’s syndrome

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-Posterior parietal damage-

_________ - Could only attend to (see) one stimulus at a time

Simultagnosia

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-Posterior parietal damage-

Simultagnosia - Could only attend to (see) one _________ at a time

stimulus

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-Posterior parietal damage-

_________ – deficits in using visual guidance to reach for objects

Optic ataxia

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-Posterior parietal damage-

Optic ataxia – deficits in using visual guidance to _________ for objects

reach

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-Posterior parietal damage-

Balint’s syndrome-
Damage to _________ region

superior parietal