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Brain Lesions in Conduction Aphasia

Cho NS, Ohn SH, Chang HJ, Jeon HJ, Lee PK, Kim YH

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the neuroanatomical correlation of conduction aphasia by analyzing neuroimage data of patients who were diagnosed as conduction aphasia after stroke. METHOD: Nine patients with conduction aphasia after stroke...
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The Effect of Strapping on Hemiplegic Shoulder Subluxation: A Pilot Study

Lee JH, Jeong HJ, Sim YJ, Jun PS, Kim DS

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of taping therapy on hemiplegic shoulder subluxation. METHOD: Sixty patients were randomly assigned to three groups. In study group, two parts of the first tape was...
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Recovery of Post-stroke Cognitive Function during Subacute Stage

Oh MK, Lim JY, Paik NJ

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to find the change in post-stroke cognitive function during subacute phase, and to investigate factors associated with this change. METHOD: The cognitive function was...
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Assessment and Treatment of Apraxia

Park JH

Apraxias are deficits of higher motor behavior that are not primarily caused by sensorimotor dysfunction, or communication problems, or dementia. A patient with apraxia does not know what to do,...
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Neuroanatomical Basis of Apraxia

Jeong Y

Apraxia is a cognitive disorder in which the patient is not able to carry out learned, skilled movement despite preserved motor and sensory system, coordination, comprehension, and cooperation. Several types...
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Management of Neglect

Ko MH

A large number of patient with a nondominant parietal lobe brain lesion have visuospatial neglect of hemispace. This hemispatial neglect significantly contributes to disability after brain disease because it has...
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Subtypes of Spatial Neglect and Assessment

Yoo WK

Spatial neglect is a cluster of symptoms characterized by a failure to orient, or react to stimuli located predominantly on the contralesional side. This could be subdivided into personal, peripersonal...
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Neuroanatomy of Unilateral Neglect Syndrome

Lee JK

Unilateral spatial neglect is caused by a failure of attentional orienting mechanism. Over 90% of spatial neglect patients have right hemisphere injury. The most frequent sites of damage are right...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Stroke Rehabilitation in Korea

Kim YH, Han TR, Jung HY, Chun MH, Lee J, Kim DY, Paik NJ, Park SW, Kim MW, Pyun SB, Yoo WK, Shin YI, Kim IS, Han SJ, Kim DY, Ohn SH, Chang WH, Lee KH, Kwon SU, Yoon BW

The clinical practice guideline for the stroke rehabilitation was formulated through both extensive review of published literature and consensus meeting of the specialists. The purposes of this study were to...
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