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Neuropsychological Deficits After Decompresive Craniectomy In Middle Cerebral Artery Malignant Infarction
Author: Aida Antuña-ramos, Marco Antonio Álvarez-vega2-3, Manuel Menéndez González, Benjamin Fernández-garcía, Miguel Suárez-suárez
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
5 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/340
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Visuo-spatial and visuo-constructive disabilities, attention and memory deficits are prominent in patients with left middle cerebral artery infarction.Language disturbances, memory deficits, apraxia and agnosia are all present in patients after right decompressive surgery in middle cerebral artery infarction. Conclusion: The neuropsychological deficits are different in patients with dominant or non dominant hemisphere infarction. It is necessary an intense and specific rehabilitation treatment protocol to keep the efficiency of the decompressive surgery for these patients.

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