Wernicke


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German neurologist best known for his studies of aphasia (1848-1905)

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EFNS guidelines for diagnosis, therapy and prevention of Wernicke encephalopathy.
Wernicke J, Acharya N, Strombom I, Gahimer JL, D'Souza DN, DiPietro N, et al.
Wernicke encephalopathy with atypical magnetic resonance imaging.
Thus, the most important observations about the clinicopathological correlations of neural destruction, with an impact on cognitive functions, such as language, were made by the physicians Paul Broca (1824-1880) and Carl Wernicke (1848-1905) (14, 15).
El liquido cefalorraquideo suele ser normal y en la forma aguda las neuroimagenes, caracteristicamente no revelan cambios, salvo en algunos casos compatibles con encefalopatia de Wernicke donde la RNM muestra aumento de la intensidad de senal en las secuencias potenciadas en T2 (T2 y FLAIR o fluid attenuated inversion recovery) en la sustancia gris periacueductal del mesencefalo (8), en la region medial de los talamos, el hipotalamo y la corteza del cerebelo asi como realce posterior a la administracion endovenosa de gadolinio en los cuerpos mamilares (25).
In contrast to Wernicke, Theodor Meynert, another prominent scientist in Germany, never accepted the new structure due to his belief that all white matter pathways ran horizontally.
1992; Semenza, Denes, Lucchese & Bisiacchi, 1980); entre tanto, los pacientes con afasia fluente, particularmente de tipo Wernicke, aparte de sus deficits linguisticos, tienen mayores dificultades en establecer relaciones taxonomicas (Cuetos-Vega & Castejon, 2005; Davidoff & Roberson, 2004; Gardner & Zurif, 1976; Melice-Ledent, Gainotti, Masserli & Tissot, 1976; Semenza et al.
En la primera parte se recurre a la semiologia medica, para las definiciones pertinentes a las afasias, principalmente las relacionadas con afectaciones en las areas de Broca y Wernicke.
The brain disorder called Wernicke encephalopathy typically occurs in people who have disorders such as anorexia that lead to malnourishment, Khaleej Times reported.
Wernicke encephalopathy is missed and often undertreated.
Luego de presentar un estado de la cuestion del actual viraje metodologico hacia la literatura como fuente para las investigaciones urbanas, reconstruir la historia de Rosario y apuntalar la obra de Wernicke en la literatura argentina, los autores analizan el universo textual de las colinas.
WE was reported for the first time in 1881 by Carl Wernicke.
The most common site of stimulation was the left temporoparietal junction (T3P3); other sites include the right temporoparietal junction (T4P4), the left or right Wernicke areas, and individualized sites determined by fMRI.
Wernicke korsakoff disease in hyperemesis gravidarum: case presentation at the Hospital Hipolito Unanue, Lima, peru, and review of the literature