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Brain Lesions

Stack #25192

area of lesionconsequence
Broca's Motor aphasia with good comprenhesion
Wernike's sensory aphasia poor comprenhesion
Arcuate Fasciculus conduction aphasia
Amygdala bilateral Kluver Bucy sx
Frontal Lobe personality changes, orientation and judgment
Right Parietal Lobe Spatial Neglect sx
Reticular Activating System Comma
Mammilary bodies bilateral Wernikes-Korsakoffs
Basal Ganglia Tremor at Rest
Carebellar Hemisphere Intention Tremor, Limb Ataxia
Cerebellar Vermis Truncal Ataxia and dysarthria
Contralateral Subtalamic Nucleus Hemiballismus
Striatum Lesion Chorea
Area 17 Visual damage
Area 3,1,2 Sensory deficits
Area 4 Motor deficits
Area 41,42 Auditory deficits
Area 8 Pupillary change and eye mov. deficits
Area 22 Sensory Aphasia
Area 44, 45 Motor Aphasia
Created by: breyes