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Thirty-three patients with probable Alzheimer's disease were examined on a standardized Color-to-Figure Matching Test (CFMT) for which patients select appropriate colors from a set of colored pencils to match outline pictures of common objects. Seven patients performing below the CFMT cut-off...
Medical treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) has improved survival rates to 70+ for children currently diagnosed with this disease. Intrathecal (IT) chemotherapy replaced CNS radiation therapy (CRT) for those with a favorable diagnosis as research revealed cognitive deficits...
Loss of consciousness often is considered an important variable when estimating head injury severity. The purpose of this study was to determine if brief loss of consciousness had any effect on the neuropsychological test performance of patients in acute recovery from an uncomplicated mild head...
Binocular depth perception is mediated by neural pathways that involve thalamic nuclei, the posterior parietal lobe and adjacent gyri, and white matter projections connecting these regions. Vascular dementia results from a variety of pathologic syndromes that can affect these areas, and in the...
Many pathognomonic indicators of brain damage are characterized by deficits in sensory and/or motor functions. The strength of these pathognomonic signs has led to reliance on clinical administration and interpretation in the assessment of sensory and motor functions. Subsequently, the majority...
The present study examined methods of control- and experimental-subject selection in neuropsychological research. Using both meta-analytic and prospective procedures, it was found that varied subject-selection procedures can potentially confound the results of neuropsychological studies and, by...
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