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  1. dracomalfoy

    dracomalfoy Famous Member

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    Identify the condition & the location of lesion?
    Hint : Neurology

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    This is Unilateral Neglect / Unilateral Visual Inattention caused by a lesion in the representational hemisphere, (which is mostly the right one)
     

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    right ??????
     

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    I also think it's an unilateral neglect lesion
     

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    unilateral neglect lesion
     

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    may b he wants to keep the beard....so that would make it right sided neglect (-8
     

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    Answer :
    Condition : Left sided Hemineglect ( also known as Unilateral neglect, Hemispatial neglect or Spatial neglect )
    Location of lesion : Right Posterior Parietal Cortex ( Right sided lesions are more common, since
    Visuo-spatial processing is a function of Non-dominant parietal lobe )
     

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