Archives de catégorie : Apraxia

The Balint syndrome (a chaotic visual world)

The Balint syndrome is a rare neurological condition consisting of a triad of visuomotor deficits : simultanagnosia, oculomotor apraxia and optic apraxia. Simultanagnosia is the inability to perceive objects when they are simultaneously presented (seeing the tree but not the … Continuer la lecture

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Dressing apraxia (Apraxie de l’habillage)

Dressing apraxia is a syndrome of the right (incorrectly defined as minor) hemisphere, indicating the incapacity of effectuating the acts of dressing correctly (for example passing the head in the sleeve or dressing trousers at the inverse etc…). However this … Continuer la lecture

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