Visual field improvement in neglect after virtual reality intervention: a single-case study
Neurocase. 2021 Jul 19:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1951302. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTA patient suffering from visuo-spatial neglect was investigated as a special interest case during a study on the effectiveness of "restorative approaches" after visual field loss. This patient trained with our newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) system "Salzburg Visual Field Trainer" for 254 days. Perimetric results show a visual field expansion of 48.8% (left eye) and 36.8% (right eye) translating to an improvement of approximately 5.5° to 10.5° of visual angle. Further, subjective self-report shows ...
Source: Neurocase - July 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Michael Christian Leitner Stefan Hawelka Source Type: research

Visual field improvement in neglect after virtual reality intervention: a single-case study
Neurocase. 2021 Jul 19:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1951302. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTA patient suffering from visuo-spatial neglect was investigated as a special interest case during a study on the effectiveness of "restorative approaches" after visual field loss. This patient trained with our newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) system "Salzburg Visual Field Trainer" for 254 days. Perimetric results show a visual field expansion of 48.8% (left eye) and 36.8% (right eye) translating to an improvement of approximately 5.5° to 10.5° of visual angle. Further, subjective self-report shows ...
Source: Neurocase - July 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Michael Christian Leitner Stefan Hawelka Source Type: research

Visual field improvement in neglect after virtual reality intervention: a single-case study
Neurocase. 2021 Jul 19:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1951302. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTA patient suffering from visuo-spatial neglect was investigated as a special interest case during a study on the effectiveness of "restorative approaches" after visual field loss. This patient trained with our newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) system "Salzburg Visual Field Trainer" for 254 days. Perimetric results show a visual field expansion of 48.8% (left eye) and 36.8% (right eye) translating to an improvement of approximately 5.5° to 10.5° of visual angle. Further, subjective self-report shows ...
Source: Neurocase - July 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Michael Christian Leitner Stefan Hawelka Source Type: research

Visual field improvement in neglect after virtual reality intervention: a single-case study
Neurocase. 2021 Jul 19:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1951302. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTA patient suffering from visuo-spatial neglect was investigated as a special interest case during a study on the effectiveness of "restorative approaches" after visual field loss. This patient trained with our newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) system "Salzburg Visual Field Trainer" for 254 days. Perimetric results show a visual field expansion of 48.8% (left eye) and 36.8% (right eye) translating to an improvement of approximately 5.5° to 10.5° of visual angle. Further, subjective self-report shows ...
Source: Neurocase - July 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Michael Christian Leitner Stefan Hawelka Source Type: research

Visual field improvement in neglect after virtual reality intervention: a single-case study
Neurocase. 2021 Jul 19:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1951302. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTA patient suffering from visuo-spatial neglect was investigated as a special interest case during a study on the effectiveness of "restorative approaches" after visual field loss. This patient trained with our newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) system "Salzburg Visual Field Trainer" for 254 days. Perimetric results show a visual field expansion of 48.8% (left eye) and 36.8% (right eye) translating to an improvement of approximately 5.5° to 10.5° of visual angle. Further, subjective self-report shows ...
Source: Neurocase - July 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Michael Christian Leitner Stefan Hawelka Source Type: research

Visual field improvement in neglect after virtual reality intervention: a single-case study
Neurocase. 2021 Jul 19:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1951302. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTA patient suffering from visuo-spatial neglect was investigated as a special interest case during a study on the effectiveness of "restorative approaches" after visual field loss. This patient trained with our newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) system "Salzburg Visual Field Trainer" for 254 days. Perimetric results show a visual field expansion of 48.8% (left eye) and 36.8% (right eye) translating to an improvement of approximately 5.5° to 10.5° of visual angle. Further, subjective self-report shows ...
Source: Neurocase - July 19, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Michael Christian Leitner Stefan Hawelka Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

A case of aphemia following non-dominant sub-insular stroke: unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie phenomenon
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 27:1-6. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAphemia refers to the clinical syndrome of inability to orally produce speech with intact comprehension and written expression. Aphemia has been primarily reported in dominant frontal lobe strokes resulting in apraxia of speech (AoS), and in Foix-Chavany-Marie (FCM) syndrome where bilateral opercular or sub-opercular lesions result in anarthria due to deafferentation of brainstem nuclei supplying the oro-facio-lingual and pharyngeal musculature. Aphemia is not reported in non-dominant sub-insular strokes. Here, we present a case o...
Source: Neurocase - June 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Saurav Das Whitney Postman Michael A Haboubi Ozan Akca Kerri Remmel Alexandre R Carter Allyson Zazulia Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Pop-out illusion as the initial presentation of posterior cortical atrophy
We report an illusion, which we noticed at the time of the initial presentation, where the characters in the television appeared to be popping out of the screen. We describe this as the "pop-out illusion".PMID:34128452 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1929333 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: T Appaswamy Prabhakar Source Type: research

An autopsy case of corticobasal syndrome with pure diffuse Lewy Body Disease
We report the case of a54-year-old man, who presented with asymmetric levodopa-poor-responsive parkinsonism, frontal lobe signs and behavioral changes. He was diagnosed with CBS, and postmortem analyses revealed Lewy body disease Braak stage VI without comorbid pathologies. Retrospectively, the clinical course of our patient and previous reports indicate that CBS plus mood changes and autonomic dysfunction, including reduced uptake of metaiodobenzylguanidine, are predictive factors of Lewy body pathology, even if the clinical picture is atypical.PMID:34128767 | DOI:10.1080/13554794.2021.1921220 (Source: Neurocase)
Source: Neurocase - June 15, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Keiko Ichinose Mutsufusa Watanabe Saneyuki Mizutani Toru Tanizawa Toshiki Uchihara Hiroto Fujigasaki Source Type: research

Living with global amnesia: self-established compensation strategies of a patient with severe memory impairment - a narrative report
We report the case of C.H., a 48-year-old patient with global amnesia caused by herpes simplex encephalitis at the age of 20 and subsequent extensive bilateral temporal lobe lesions. Neuropsychological examinations performed at various intervals found persistent dense explicit memory impairment and limited vocabulary, yet intact procedural memory. Despite these limitations, C.H. self-developed and acquired a variety of effective strategies. As a result, C.H. achieved a high level of autonomy in everyday life. Her remarkable case is an encouraging and helpful example for successful implementation of creative methods and pro...
Source: Neurocase - June 11, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Theresa Halder Thomas Schenk Elisabeth Wlasich Christian Vollmar Ingo Uttner Adrian Danek Source Type: research

Living with global amnesia: self-established compensation strategies of a patient with severe memory impairment - a narrative report
We report the case of C.H., a 48-year-old patient with global amnesia caused by herpes simplex encephalitis at the age of 20 and subsequent extensive bilateral temporal lobe lesions. Neuropsychological examinations performed at various intervals found persistent dense explicit memory impairment and limited vocabulary, yet intact procedural memory. Despite these limitations, C.H. self-developed and acquired a variety of effective strategies. As a result, C.H. achieved a high level of autonomy in everyday life. Her remarkable case is an encouraging and helpful example for successful implementation of creative methods and pro...
Source: Neurocase - June 11, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Theresa Halder Thomas Schenk Elisabeth Wlasich Christian Vollmar Ingo Uttner Adrian Danek Source Type: research

Living with global amnesia: self-established compensation strategies of a patient with severe memory impairment - a narrative report
We report the case of C.H., a 48-year-old patient with global amnesia caused by herpes simplex encephalitis at the age of 20 and subsequent extensive bilateral temporal lobe lesions. Neuropsychological examinations performed at various intervals found persistent dense explicit memory impairment and limited vocabulary, yet intact procedural memory. Despite these limitations, C.H. self-developed and acquired a variety of effective strategies. As a result, C.H. achieved a high level of autonomy in everyday life. Her remarkable case is an encouraging and helpful example for successful implementation of creative methods and pro...
Source: Neurocase - June 11, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Theresa Halder Thomas Schenk Elisabeth Wlasich Christian Vollmar Ingo Uttner Adrian Danek Source Type: research

Living with global amnesia: self-established compensation strategies of a patient with severe memory impairment - a narrative report
We report the case of C.H., a 48-year-old patient with global amnesia caused by herpes simplex encephalitis at the age of 20 and subsequent extensive bilateral temporal lobe lesions. Neuropsychological examinations performed at various intervals found persistent dense explicit memory impairment and limited vocabulary, yet intact procedural memory. Despite these limitations, C.H. self-developed and acquired a variety of effective strategies. As a result, C.H. achieved a high level of autonomy in everyday life. Her remarkable case is an encouraging and helpful example for successful implementation of creative methods and pro...
Source: Neurocase - June 11, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Theresa Halder Thomas Schenk Elisabeth Wlasich Christian Vollmar Ingo Uttner Adrian Danek Source Type: research

Dysgraphia and dysprosody in a patient with arteriovenous malformation: a case report
This study reported anAVM case suffering from dysgraphia and dysprosody. According to the results after the trauma, the patient's handwriting was identified as macrographic and illegible, and written letters and verbs were neglected in free writing or dictation. Moreover, prosody of the patient's utterances was changed. Finally, an intervention was conducted to improve the writing impairments whereby they eventually enhanced. AVM can adversely affect communication opportunities and working life due to these impairments. Thus referring the patient to speech and language pathologists seems sensible and necessary.PMID:3410681...
Source: Neurocase - June 9, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Shahryar Zainaee Ramin Mahdipour Masoud Mahdavi Rashed Davood Sobhani-Rad Source Type: research

Dysgraphia and dysprosody in a patient with arteriovenous malformation: a case report
This study reported anAVM case suffering from dysgraphia and dysprosody. According to the results after the trauma, the patient's handwriting was identified as macrographic and illegible, and written letters and verbs were neglected in free writing or dictation. Moreover, prosody of the patient's utterances was changed. Finally, an intervention was conducted to improve the writing impairments whereby they eventually enhanced. AVM can adversely affect communication opportunities and working life due to these impairments. Thus referring the patient to speech and language pathologists seems sensible and necessary.PMID:3410681...
Source: Neurocase - June 9, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: Shahryar Zainaee Ramin Mahdipour Masoud Mahdavi Rashed Davood Sobhani-Rad Source Type: research

Different types of abstract concepts: evidence from two neurodegenerative patients
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 1:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1931345. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe observation of neurological patients showing selective impairments for specific conceptual categories contributed in the development of semantic memory theories. Here, we studied two patients (P01, P02), affected, respectively, by the semantic variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia (sv-PPA) and Cortico-Basal Syndrome (CBS). An implicit lexical decision task, including concrete (animals, tools) and abstract (emotions, social, quantity) concepts, was administered to patients and healthy controls.P01 and P02 showed an abolished p...
Source: Neurocase - June 1, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: E Catrical à F Conca V M Borsa M Cotelli R Manenti E Gobbi G Binetti M Cotta Ramusino G Perini A Costa M L Rusconi S F Cappa Source Type: research

Different types of abstract concepts: evidence from two neurodegenerative patients
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 1:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1931345. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe observation of neurological patients showing selective impairments for specific conceptual categories contributed in the development of semantic memory theories. Here, we studied two patients (P01, P02), affected, respectively, by the semantic variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia (sv-PPA) and Cortico-Basal Syndrome (CBS). An implicit lexical decision task, including concrete (animals, tools) and abstract (emotions, social, quantity) concepts, was administered to patients and healthy controls.P01 and P02 showed an abolished p...
Source: Neurocase - June 1, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: E Catrical à F Conca V M Borsa M Cotelli R Manenti E Gobbi G Binetti M Cotta Ramusino G Perini A Costa M L Rusconi S F Cappa Source Type: research

Different types of abstract concepts: evidence from two neurodegenerative patients
Neurocase. 2021 Jun 1:1-11. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1931345. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe observation of neurological patients showing selective impairments for specific conceptual categories contributed in the development of semantic memory theories. Here, we studied two patients (P01, P02), affected, respectively, by the semantic variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia (sv-PPA) and Cortico-Basal Syndrome (CBS). An implicit lexical decision task, including concrete (animals, tools) and abstract (emotions, social, quantity) concepts, was administered to patients and healthy controls.P01 and P02 showed an abolished p...
Source: Neurocase - June 1, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: E Catrical à F Conca V M Borsa M Cotelli R Manenti E Gobbi G Binetti M Cotta Ramusino G Perini A Costa M L Rusconi S F Cappa Source Type: research