Shin-ichi Boh-Oka

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Constructional apraxia was evaluated in patients with aphasia using a cube-copying task. It was assessed whether quantitative assessment of cube copying could be used to estimate the performance intelligence quotient (IQ) according to neuropsychological tests. Abnormality in the cube-copying test was observed in 42 of 46 patients (91.3%). Performance(More)
A 54-year-old right-handed woman suffered transient aphasia and persistent amnesia caused by a subcortical hematoma in the left occipital lobe. She appeared to have aphasia, although it disappeared within 3 weeks. It is noteworthy that she had a lesion in the left retrosplenial region but exhibited both verbal and non-verbal memory impairment. However, her(More)
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