Selective drawing disorders after right subcortical stroke: a neuropsychological premorbid and follow-up case study

@article{Grossi1996SelectiveDD,
  title={Selective drawing disorders after right subcortical stroke: a neuropsychological premorbid and follow-up case study},
  author={Dr. D. Grossi and G E Calise and C. Correra and Luigi Trojano},
  journal={The Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences},
  year={1996},
  volume={17},
  pages={241-248}
}
We report the case of a patient affected by a subcortical lesion of the right non-dominant hemisphere, and demonstrate that he had selective constructional disorders by comparing his post-stroke performances with those assessed 18 months before the stroke. A detailed analysis was made of the visuospatial, perceptual, representational and executive competences involved in drawing tasks at one, two and six months post-stroke. Neuropsychological follow-up revealed the progressive recovery of all… CONTINUE READING
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