5 assymetry under arms and reaction neurotrophic form

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-thermoregulative disturbances: Body temperature rise to 37.5 -Assymetry under arms and reaction -neurotrophic form: Trophic disturbances (Skin dryness) -Neurodermatitis,Ulcers,Bed sores and Perforations) -neuromuscular form: Myasthenia-like, -myotonia-like sundromes -disorders of sleep and awakeness are associated with Insomnia,Lethargy and Sleeping conversion 40. Describe the symptoms observed due to the involvement of the frontal and occipital lobes: Frontal: nerves and palsy of opposite side (precentral gyrus: Monoparesis -proson: Hemiparesis) -Reflexes of oral automatism -Opercularis seizures -Adversive seizures: Change of Eye (Head on opposite fo lesion's side ) -Frontal ataxia -Asthenia abasia: relatedto walkingand standing -Frontal apraxia: Person not accurate ( like being in pants ) -Motor apraxia , Broca's zone -Subcortical motor aphasia (Hard to repeat words, Corticulation disorders -Agraphia: writing problems -Frontal parkinsonism: rigidity of muscles on opposite side. -Frontal psychic -Apatico-abulic syndrome : adynamia and abuli , hard jokes ,no principles , not gentle behavior , no motivation -hypo/anosmia : inability to perceive odors
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-disorders of urination and defication , bowel disorders -autonomic vesceral seizures : pain in heart area , bp , thermo regulation disorders -occipital : -in irritation of lobe ( epileptic seizures with aura,visual illusions ) -polypsia: see many images instead of 1 -visual disorientation - visual agnosia -ataxia -------------------------------------------------ANIA----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41. Describe the symptoms observed due to involvement of the temporal and parietal lobes. Temporal: Cortical centre of sensory perception hearing, smell, speech Positive symtoms: hallucinations (not chronic): taste, smell-epilepsy Auditor-psychosis Visual- intoxication Temporal automatism: -last several hours - Episodes of very deep confusion associated with narrowing of consciousness, depersonalization syndrome Dejavu- seen in healthy patients Jamais vu- pathological, patien feel like never been in a place before Negative symptoms: Symmetric : auditory agnosia- inability to recognize sounds, can’t associate the voices mood disorders-chronic, long lasting (nucleus of amygdala is situated in temporal lobe I s responsible for regulations of emotions)- deep depression amnesia- memory disorders (hippocampus- responsible for regulation of memory) assymetric : damage of dominant lobe speech disorders -Wernicke center affection—receptive speech - pure sensory aphasia- may speak but doesn’t understand
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- conductive aphasia- involvement of fasciculus arquatus (connection between Wernicke and Broka area), unable to repeat - amnestic aphasia- may talk but is unable to define particular objects - semantic aphasia- disorders of understanding complex sentences -agramatism- can’t understand active/passive sentences Parietal lobe: End point of superficial and deep sensory pathways: Positive: Paroxysm of Jacksonian sensory seizures -preserved consciousness -paroxysm of paresthesia that migrate along the body Negaive: Symmetric: -cortical type of sensory loss- contralateral central anaesthesia involving one extremity - astereognosis; unable to recognize object by touching it Asymmetric:
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