3 edition of NEUROLOGY APHASIA (Neurolinguistics) found in the catalog.
NEUROLOGY APHASIA (Neurolinguistics)
January 1, 1982
by Garland Science
Written in English
|Contributions||H. S. Kirshner (Editor), F. R. Freemon (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
BOOK REVIEW. By Murray Grossman, MD Cahana-Amitay D and Albert M () Redefining Recovery from Aphasia New York: Oxford University Press pages, with preface and index. Language is an incredibly complex process. Yet we speak and under- stand effortlessly in order to live our lives daily. Aphasia is an inability to comprehend or formulate language because of damage to specific brain regions. The major causes are a cerebral vascular accident (), or head trauma, but aphasia can also be the result of brain tumors, brain infections, or neurodegenerative diseases such as r, the latter are far less common and so not as often mentioned when discussing ciation: /əˈfeɪʒə/, /əˈfeɪziə/ or /eɪˈfeɪziə/.
Associate Professor, Departments of Neurology and Rehabilitation MedicineDirector, Cognitive Recovery LabMedical Director, Center for Aphasia Research and Rehabilitation, Georgetown University Medical CenterDirector, Aphasia Clinic, MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital Georgetown University Medical Center, Building D, Room MD, PhD (Neuroscience) Georgetown University, Neurology. An Introduction to Neurology. This book covers the following topics: The Nervous Functions, The Neuron, The Reflex Circuits, The General Physiology of the Nervous System, General Anatomy and Subdivision of the Nervous System, Spinal Cord and Its Nerves, Medulla Oblongata and Cerebellum, The Cerebrum, General Somatic Systems of Conduction Paths, Auditory Apparatus, Sympathetic Nervous .
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INTRODUCTION. Aphasia is defined as a disturbance of language processing caused by damage to the brain. It can be one of the most devastating consequences of structural or functional damage to the dominant hemisphere of the brain, that is, the hemisphere dominant for language.
The left hemisphere is dominant for language in over 90%. Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Language Disorders has been adopted worldwide as a text for aphasia courses.
This new 5th edition by Leonard LaPointe and Julie Stierwalt encompasses state-of-the-art concepts and approaches from an impressive cadre of experts who work in research labs, classrooms, clinics, and hospitals-including the world-renowned Mayo Clinic/5(9).
Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Language Disorders has been adopted worldwide as a text for aphasia courses. This new 5th edition by Leonard LaPointe and Julie Stierwalt encompasses state-of-the-art concepts and approaches from an impressive cadre of experts who work in. Information on how to subscribe to Neurology and Neurology: Clinical Practice can be found here.
Purchase Individual access to articles is available through the Add to Cart option on the article page. Access for 1 day (from the computer you are currently using) is US$ Author: Joe K. Brown. Aphasia, Alexia and Agraphia (Clinical neurology and neurosurgery monographs ; v.
1) by D. Frank BensonBook Edition: 1st Edition. The first is that lesions of the left frontal lobe in a region referred to as Broca's area affect the ability to produce language efficiently. This deficiency is called motor or expressive aphasia and is also known as Broca's aphasia.
Neurology: Clinical Practice Aug Research. Apraxia of speech involves lesions of dorsal arcuate fasciculus and insula in patients with aphasia. Karen Chenausky, Sébastien Paquette, Andrea Norton, et al.
Neurology: Clinical Practice J Article. This thoroughly revised new edition of a classic book provides a clinically inspired but scientifically guided approach to the biological foundations of human mental function in health and disease. It includes authoritative coverage of all the major areas related to behavioral neurology, neuropsychology 4/4(10).
In the last 25 years, characterization of aphasia has shifted from descriptions of the language tasks that are impaired by brain damage to identification of the disrupted cognitive processes underlying language.
At the same time advances in technology, including functional imaging, electrophysiologic studies, perfusion imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, and transcranial magnetic Cited by: Vascular insult to the brain (cerebrum, cerebellum, or brainstem), commonly referred to as stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA), is brain cell death caused by an interruption of blood flow within or leading to the brain, or by a hemorrhage from a ruptured blood vessel or aneurysm in the brain.
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Broca's area aphasia. Neurology. Neurology for the Speech-Language Pathologist presents the fundamentals in understanding the nervous system in the context of communication. The book takes into consideration the nervous anatomic systems, such as sensory pathways.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders conduct and support a broad range of scientific investigations to increase our understanding of aphasia, find better treatments, and discover improved methods to restore lost function to people who have aphasia.
This book covers the following topics: Approach to the Neurologic Patient, Neurotransmission, Autonomic Nervous System, Pain, Function and Dysfunction of the Cerebral Lobes, Stroke, Coma and Impaired Consciousness, Delirium and Dementia, Sleep and Wakefulness Disorders, Headache, Brain Infections, Prion Diseases, Meningitis, neuro-ophthalmologic and Cranial Nerve Disorders, Craniocervical.
Aphasia is broadly divided into receptive and expressive aphasia. Receptive (sensory, fluent, or Wernicke) aphasia: Patients cannot comprehend words or recognize auditory, visual, or tactile symbols.
It is caused by a disorder of the posterosuperior temporal gyrus of the language-dominant hemisphere (Wernicke area). Editorial Reviews.
Reviewer: Karen McVay, M.S., CCC-SLP (University of South Alabama) Description: This is the second edition of an overview of evidence-based research and recent trends in the field of neurogenic communication disorders.
This edition includes access to a website. Purpose: The main purpose is to provide a state-of-the-art review of the field of neurogenic speech Brand: Jones & Bartlett Learning. This thoroughly revised new edition of a classic book provides a clinically inspired but scientifically guided approach to the biological foundations of human mental function in health and disease.
It includes authoritative coverage of all the major areas related to behavioral neurology, neuropsychology, and neuropsychiatry. Each chapter, written by a world-renowned expert in the relevant area 5/5(2). Aphasia is difficulty in expressing one's self, which may be accompanied by speech difficulties.
Aphasia is seen in association with various neurological disorders.The Neurobiology of Language Recovery in Aphasia Cynthia K.
Thompson Address correspondence and reprint requests to Cynthia K. Thompson, Ph.D., Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Neurology, Center for Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease, Northwestern University, N, Campus Drive, Evanston, ILEmail: @mohtkcCited by: Dr.
Book is a specialist in cerebrovascular disorders including stroke, having co-founded the Froedtert & Medical College Stroke Program, and also in the dementias including Alzheimer’s Disease and vascular cognitive disorders.
She has expanded her interests in stroke care quality to encompass patient safety and quality across Neurology.