[Ideational apraxia in confusional psychosis].

@article{Rojas1991IdeationalAI,
  title={[Ideational apraxia in confusional psychosis].},
  author={D R Rojas and M Outes and J C Goldar},
  journal={Acta psiquiatrica y psicologica de America latina},
  year={1991},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={211-5}
}
Traditionally, Pick's ideational apraxia has been considered a neurologist's realm since it is one of the permanent manifestations of brain lesions located in the left hemisphere posterior territory. Besides, however, the ideational apraxia is likely to appear--altogether with misidentifications and spatial disorientation--as a part of the transient… CONTINUE READING