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Agnosia, A Dementia Symptom Explained by Susan L. Patient Expert Agnosia is defined as the loss of ability to recognize objects, persons, sounds, shapes or smells even when all the basic sensory functioning is in place.  It is a complicating and confusing phenomena
Agnosia ... by Susan L. Patient Expert Agnosia is defined as the loss of ability to recognize objects, persons, sounds, shapes or smells even when all the basic sensory functioning is in place.  It is a complicating and confusing phenomena
What the HELL is Wrong With Me?! by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven I seem to have developed some bizarre form of “agnosia” today, and am EXTREMELY “dyspeptic.” Yes, more school jokes, but med geeky PA could have easily tossed those ones in, despite the acute onset of her Sx...
Recently, a team in Cambridge ha... by Thomas Z. Ramsøy Doctor of Philosophy out between those who are truly prosopagnosic and those who have a more global agnosia, a recent report shows that prosopagnosia...
Reverse Prosopagnosia? by Bev Patient Expert It happened again, this time at Michaels, the arts and crafts store. I saw you go into the store. I watched without saying anything, because I know sometimes I am wrong, but this was you, I swear it was. Still, I waited unt
Clinic Notes: Prosopagnosia (Face blindness), Autism, and Art Therapy by Dr. Gary B. Doctor of Philosophy Prosopagnosia is a neurological condition where people have difficulty recognizing faces. The disorder may be genetic, caused by strokes, or head trauma. Children with autism or Asperger's may also have Prosopagnosia. Some s
How Good Is Your Face Perception? by Dr. Laura F. Doctor of Philosophy In Biopsych, we often use prosopagnosia as a fun clinical example of what can go wrong with perception. However, it also appears that people can not only be impaired in facial recognition, but some are actually quite gifted
Primary progressive aphasia by Neurodoc .. Patient Expert and impaired recognition (agnosia) of faces and objects. 4. Clinical picture may vary. "Some patients...
Vascular Dementia: does your loved one really have this instead of Alzheimer’s? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert on command. Some affect limbs, like moving yours arms and legs or fingers or toes. Agnosia- the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke defines Agnosia as an inability to recognize and identify...
Spreading the message by Robert D. M. Patient Expert what are called the four A's of Alzheimer's namely, amnesia, aphasia, apraxia and agnosia. Amnesia is, of course... of the ability to execute or carry out learned purposeful movements, such as walking. Agnosia is the loss...

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