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Agnosia

Definition of the noun agnosia

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noun - plural: agnosias

  1. inability to recognize objects by use of the senses

Film

"Agnosia": Agnosía is a Spanish baroque retro-futuristic thriller directed by Eugenio Mira and written by Antonio Trashorras.

Music

"Agnosia" is a musical album of Formication.

  • released on (8 years ago)

Group

Agnosia is a musical group.

  • members:
  • albums: "Ignorance Is Your Religion - Disobedient Yet Responsive", "The Six Plus One Cardinals (live From the Lost Continent)", "20.09.02"

Phrases with Agnosia

  1. visual agnosia
  2. Ithomia Agnosia
  3. tactile agnosia
  4. auditory agnosia
  5. Apperceptive agnosia
  6. Ithomia Agnosia Agnosia
  7. Species Ithomia Agnosia

Printed books with definitions for Agnosia

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Google previewDeJong's The Neurologic Examination (2012)

by William W. Campbell

Agnosia refers to the loss or impairment of the ability to know or recognize the meaning or import of a sensory stimulus, even...

Google previewRehabilitation of Neuropsychological Disorders (2001)

A Practical Guide for Rehabilitation Professionals by Brick Johnstone, Henry H. Stonnington

Topographical agnosia refers to difficulties individuals experience with geographical orientation, either in navigating in the real...

Google previewPocket Guide and Toolkit to Dejong's Neurologic Examination (2007)

by William W. Campbell

Agnosia refers to the loss or impairment of the ability to know or recognize the meaning or import of a sensory stimulus, even though it has been...

Google previewNeuroanatomical Basis of Clinical Neurology, Second Edition (2014)

by Orhan E. Arslan

Agnosia refers to the failure to recognize and understand the symbolic significance of sensory stimuli,

Visual agnosia is the inability to recognize objects by vision, while retaining the capability to identify the same objects with other ...

Google previewOxford Textbook of Old Age Psychiatry (2013)

by Tom Dening, Alan Thomas

Agnosia and visuospatial dysfunction Agnosia is the failure to correctly interpret a sensory input in the presence of an intact sensory system and it is common in AD. It is due to cortical damage and can occur in any sensory modality, though ...

Google previewBrain Experience (2007)

Neuroexperiential Perspectives of Brain-mind by C.R. Mukundan

Agnosia is a condition in which the internal model or the memory trace of an object is not accessible to the patient,

Google previewTraumatic Brain Injury (2016)

Rehabilitation, Treatment, and Case Management, Third Edition by Mark J. Ashley

Agnosia refers to the clinical condition in which the patient is able to perceive visual stimuli and has efficient language capacity to name the stimuli, but recognition is lost.

Apperceptive visual agnosia is the condition in which the patient cannot distinguish one form from another, whereas visual associative visual agnosia is a disturbance of visual recognition with intact visual perception. Loss of ...

Google previewNeurological Disorders (2003)

Course and Treatment by Thomas Brandt

Visual agnosia refers to the difficulty or inability of patients to visually identify familiar stimuli despite (sufficiently) preserved...

A typical site of injury causing visual agnosia is the region of the posterior and medial temporooccipital cortex, either ...

Google previewImaging Acute Neurologic Disease (2014)

A Symptom-Based Approach by Massimo Filippi, Jack H. Simon

Related cognitive deficits Agnosia is the loss of the ability to interpret sensory stimuli, such as sounds or images. Although the sen- sorial system is preserved, the ability to recognize a stimulus or know its meaning is lost. Teuber defined ...

Google previewProfessional Paramedic, Volume II: Medical Emergencies, Maternal Health & Pediatrics (2012)

by Richard Beebe, Jeffrey C Myers

Some patients experience a phenomenon called agnosia (meaning without knowledge). Visual agnosia is the inability to recognize familiar faces or items. Agnosia is not blindness; the patient is able to see and describe objects, but just cannot ...

Google previewNeurology for the Speech-Language Pathologist (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Visual agnosia is the inability of the brain to recognize or understand visual stimulus. An individual...

Google previewClinical Neuropsychology (2011)

by MD Kenneth M. Heilman, Edward Valenstein, MD

Agnosia is a rare neuropsychological symptom defined in the classical literature as a failure of recognition that cannot be attributed to elementary sensory defects, mental deterioration, attentional disturbances, aphasic misnaming, or to ...

Google previewPatient-based Approaches to Cognitive Neuroscience (2000)

by Todd E. Feinberg, Martha J. Farah

The term visual object agnosia refers to the impairment of object recognition in the presence of relatively intact elementary visual perception, memory, and general intellectual function. This chapter reviews the different subtypes of agnosia, ...

Google previewNeurological Rehabilitation (2013)

by Darcy Ann Umphred, Rolando T. Lazaro, Margaret Roller, Gordon Burton

agnosia is a relatively rare syndrome, and there is controversy as to whether it is simply an extension of primary visual sensory deficits (variations of cortical blindness) or whether it should be considered as a separate neuropsychological entity ...

Google previewModern medicine (1910)

Tactual agnosia is the inability to recognize objects by touch. Such capacity may also have definite localization, insomuch as the various forms of tactual sensibility may have definite localization, but no more. Disturbance of stereognostic ...

Google previewModern Medicine, Its Theory and Practice (1910)

In Original Contributions by American and Foreign Authors by Sir William Osler, Thomas McCrae

Tactual agnosia is the inability to recognize objects by touch. Such capacity may also have definite localization, insomuch as the various forms of tactual sensibility may have definite localization, but no more. Disturbance of stereognostic ...

Google previewThe Treatment of Disease (1910)

A Manual of Practical Medicine by Reynold Webb Wilcox

Agnosia is a term applied to the inability to recognize objects because of lack of information concerning them. It is tactual if such objects cannot be recognized by touch. Visual agnosia is mind blindness, auditory is mind deafness. There are ...

Google previewDiseases of the Nervous System (1915)

A Text-book of Neurology and Psychiatry by Smith Ely Jelliffe, William Alanson White

Trigeminal agnosia is a curiosity merely. Anesthesia may be due to interruption of peripheral, ...

Google previewIn Search of the Alzheimer's Wanderer (2005)

A Workbook to Protect Your Loved One by Mark L. Warner

Agnosia is the declining ability of the brain to interpret images transmitted by the eyes. The eyes do not actually “ see”; ...

Google previewIdentity Unknown (2014)

How acute brain disease can destroy knowledge of oneself and others by Barbara A. Wilson, Claire Robertson, Joe Mole

The agnosias Visual object agnosia Visualobject agnosia is the inability Encephalitis.

Google previewAnatomy and Physiology, The Unity of Form and Function (2016)

Medicine, Internal medicine by CTI Reviews

Agnosia is a loss of ability to recognize objects, persons, sounds, shapes, or smells while the specific sense is not defective nor is there any significant memory loss.

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Scrabble value of A1G2N1O1S1I1A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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