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168 Possible Causes for Amnesia, Dyslexia, Memory Impairment

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Dyslexia, incomplete homonymous hemianopia, preserved color identification with abnormal color vision on Ishihara, and simultanagnosia were all symptoms observed frequently[] The MCI patients showed impairment of everyday memory tasks requiring delayed recall.[] Amnesia: A minimal model and an interpretation. In Cermak, L. S. (ed.), Human Memory and Amnesia, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, pp. 305–336.[]

  • 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[] Memory impairments are common after stroke, and the anatomical basis for impairments may be quite variable.[] 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[]

  • Memory Impairment

    In a companion study, adults with dyslexia and adults with a probable history of childhood apraxia of speech showed evidence of difficulty with processing sequential information[] CONCLUSION: Unawareness of memory impairment was common among older adults with memory impairment.[] During the 5 years until his death, R.B. exhibited marked anterograde amnesia, little if any retrograde amnesia, and showed no signs of cognitive impairment other than memory[]

  • Neurosyphilis

    The patient was slightly disorientated (spatial) with dyscalculia apraxia, dyslexia and dysphasia. His BP was 120/80mm Hg. All other systems were clinically normal.[] Assessment of memory revealed a severe verbal learning impairment with an extremely low ability to retain new information.[] Diagnosis of neurosyphilis should be suspected in the presence of a global cognitive impairment consisting in disorientation, amnesia and severe impairment of speech and judgement[]

  • Semantic Dementia

    The patient demonstrated surface dyslexia when reading single Chinese characters aloud.[] Controlling for semantic processing ameliorated these deficits in SD, while memory impairments persisted in AD.[] […] neuropsychological evaluation, and clinical and functional brain imaging), symptomatologies (delirium, aphasia, aggression and impulse control disorders, and memory dysfunctions and amnesia[]

  • 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[] Overview Korsakoff syndrome is marked by remote memory impairment together with characteristic profound anterograde memory deficits, out of proportion to dysfunction in other[] There are multiple types of amnesia, including retrograde amnesia, anterograde amnesia, and transient global amnesia.[]

  • Primary Progressive Aphasia

    In the semantic variant of primary progressive aphasia (svPPA), semantic memory is impaired as a result of anterior temporal lobe (ATL) atrophy.[] In Italian these errors are considered to be strongly suggestive of surface dyslexia.[] To describe 3 patients with a history of transient global amnesia (TGA) who developed primary progressive aphasia (PPA). Case series. Tertiary care center.[]

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    (See IDA fact sheets Definition of Dyslexia and Dyslexia Basics .) How are AD/HD and dyslexia diagnosed? AD/HD and dyslexia are diagnosed differently.[] METHOD: Exploratory meta-analytic procedures were used to investigate whether children with ADHD exhibit WM impairments.[] […] volume begins with assessment (bedside neuropsychiatry, evaluation, clinical and functional imaging), and continues through symptomatologies (delirium, aphasia, memory and amnesia[]

  • Aphasia

    Lambon Ralph ‘The role of plasticity-related functional reorganization in the explanation of central dyslexias’ Cognitive Neuropsychology , 28, 2, 2011, 65–108 46.[] Methods & Procedures: The memory and language impairments of a person with aphasia were assessed.[] […] what they want to say, but cannot find the words. (2) Receptive aphasia: It involves difficulty in understanding of spoken or written language. (3) Patients with anomic or amnesia[]

  • 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[] The mildest form, age associated memory impairment, is characterised by self perception of memory loss and a standardised memory test score … View Full Text Log in Log in[] 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[]

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