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Characteristics of the restoration of motor functions in patients who have had a cerebral stroke depending on a lesion of the right and left hemispheres



Characteristics of the restoration of motor functions in patients who have had a cerebral stroke depending on a lesion of the right and left hemispheres



Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S.S. Korsakova 79(5): 526-531



A group of 227 patients was observed, who following brain strokes underwent rehabilitative and residual phases. The lesion focus was localized in the right and left hemispheres in 116 and 111 patients, respectively. The results of clinical and clinical-neuropsychological studies showed a worse rehabilitation of motor functions in patients with right hemispheric lesions. It was conditioned by components of an apractognostical syndrome and particularly of anozognosia. Therefore, rehabilitation specialists should treat patients who had brain strokes, taking into consideration the localization of the lesion focus and promote the use of techniques directed toward a correction of specific right hemispheric defects.

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