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118 Possible Causes for Amnesia, Cognitive Defect, Dyslexia

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Dyslexia, incomplete homonymous hemianopia, preserved color identification with abnormal color vision on Ishihara, and simultanagnosia were all symptoms observed frequently[] Amnesia: A minimal model and an interpretation. In Cermak, L. S. (ed.), Human Memory and Amnesia, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, pp. 305–336.[] Case Western Reserve researchers discover FDA-approved drug rapidly clears amyloid from the brain and reverses cognitive defects.[]

  • Stroke

    Weber’s syndrome, contralateral hemplegia, hemianopsia and a variety of other symptoms, including including color blindness, failure to see to-and-fro movements, verbal dyslexia[] […] of the limbic system, and stroke is the only etiology of amnesia that can delineate the entire pathway of memory and critical convergence points. (3) Stroke also impairs[] Unfortunately, the commissioning brief excluded AOS and other common communication problems such as the acquired dyslexias and was restricted to the areas that had already[]

  • Alcoholic Amnestic Disorder

    […] development Excludes: that due to a neurological disorder (320.0-389.9) 315.0 Specific reading disorder 315.00 Reading disorder, unspecified 315.01 Alexia 315.02 Developmental dyslexia[] There are multiple types of amnesia, including retrograde amnesia, anterograde amnesia, and transient global amnesia.[] Memory disturbance ( amnestic disorder or amnesia ), another example of a circumscribed cognitive defect, is discussed in this chapter.[]

  • Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

    Two patients had premorbid conditions which affected the assessment: dyslexia (one patient), and epilepsy and homonymous hemianopia (one patient).[] Amnesia in temporal lobectomy patients: historical perspective and review. Seizure 1998 ;7(1):15–24.[] Long term sequelae of HSE include neuropsychiatric and cognitive defects, including anterograde amnesia, dysnomia, Klüver-Bucy syndrome and epilepsy [ 8 ].[]

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    […] upper quadrantanopia (sector anopsia ) Complex hallucinations (smell, sound, vision, memory) Dominant hemisphere [ edit ] Receptive aphasia Wernicke's aphasia Anomic aphasia Dyslexia[] The difference between retrograde and anterograde amnesia is that retrograde amnesia is loss of memory from before an event.[] ] Damage specifically to the anterior portion of the left temporal lobe can cause savant syndrome . [10] Disorders [ edit ] Pick's disease , also known as frontotemporal amnesia[]

  • Lead Poisoning

    Lead exposure in early childhood is linked to later increased risk for dyslexia and school failure.[] […] occurs as a consequence of a toxic environment: prolonged ingestion or inhalation of lead-containing material (e.g. contaminated water, paints, batteries). neuropsychiatric amnesia[] A 54-year-old man was admitted to a general hospital 3 days after the exposure to TEL and complained of hand tremors, amnesia and disorientation.[]

  • Postconcussive Syndrome

    […] person has become more irritable, suspicious, argumentative or stubborn. " I experienced all of the above, and two things Mayo clinic forgot to mention was depression and dyslexia[] Various symptoms appear shortly after the initial injury, including headaches, amnesia, and loss of consciousness, whereas emotional instability, sleep disturbances, and cognitive[] Relaxation therapy can help some of the cognitive defects. Depression and anxiety often go together.[]

  • Depression

    College Colon Cancer Colorectal Cancer Coming Out Crohns Disease Cymbalta Cystic Fibrosis Dads Dementia Depression Diabetes Diverticulitis Divorce Dizziness Down Syndrome Drug Dyslexia[] The patient lost consciousness for approximately 10 minutes and experienced posttraumatic amnesia approximately 30 minutes from the time of the accident.[]

  • Head Injury

    […] posterior section of the superior temporal gyrus.Damage to the Broca’s area typically produces symptoms like omitting functional words (agrammatism), sound production changes, dyslexia[] Post-traumatic amnesia in a worker presenting with head trauma must be recognised by coworkers, so the cause of injury can be elicited early and the victim gets timely medical[] In the conclusion of the study, it was noted: The parents need realistic information about their child's cognitive defects and preserved abilities to avoid false optimism[]

  • Organic Brain Syndrome

    Speech pathologists (therapists) will zero in on communicative disorders (e.g. fluent or non-fluent aphasia, dyslexia, anomia).[] […] they are or what is happening Difficulty in understanding conversations Anxiety and fear Inability to focus or concentrate Short-term memory loss (there may be temporary amnesia[] Amnesia can be caused by shock, psychological disturbance, brain injury, or illness. Amnesia can be temporary or permanent, depending on the cause.[]

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