Wednesday, June 22, 2011

More evidence of problems with object orientation in patient with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Science Direct reports clinical notes of Gail Robinson, Helen Cohen and Andreas Goebe concerning a CRPS patient who has agnosia for object orientation.
"Agnosia for object orientation is the term for impaired knowledge of an object’s orientation despite good recognition and naming of the same misoriented object."
This seems to fit well with the work doen by NOIGROUP and their resource Recognize.



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