G Bahmanian-Behbahani

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The pattern of preserved learning abilities is described in a severely amnesic patient after bilateral thalamic infarction. Experimental findings cannot be accounted for both by the view that only episodic memory is impaired in amnesia, while semantic memory is spared, and by the theory that what is spared in amnesia is procedural learning contrasted with(More)
This report describes an 18-year-old woman who, after a febrile illness, developed opsoclonus, truncal ataxia and mild body tremulousness. The oculomotor disorder was documented by electro-oculography. The results of extensive neurological investigations, including CT scan, visual, auditory and somesthetic evoked potentials, nuclear magnetic resonance and(More)
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