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Whats Temporary Agnosia From
Is it possible to have Temporary Agnosia after a traumatic incident (besides that cause by a stroke)?
Yes it is: possible, with most brain injuries even with a concussion. Closed head injuries especially can cause temporary agnosia with some permanent sequelae as brain cells do not regenerate like most of the rest of the body. Please see a board certified neurologist ASAP for diagnosis and treatment. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Agnosia is the: inability to interpret sensations and hence to recognize things, typically as a result of brain damage. The sensory mechanism is not defective but the processing of the sensory input is defective causing inability to identify objects, persons, sounds, shapes, touch input or smells. ...Read more
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Speech and awareness: A simple definition of anomia (inability) or dysnomia (difficulty) is trouble with naming things. This can involve confrontation naming, and sometimes is more evident when being asked to name parts of objects. Agnosia means lack of awareness or knowledge. There are many specific types such as lack of awareness of illness (anosagnosia), lack of ability to recognize faces (prosopagnosia) etc. ...Read more
Sensations VS speech: Aphasia is the inability to process language. The impairment can be in inability to talk, to understand, to name objects, to write, to read, to repeat, or to do all these tasks. The lesion in the brain is usually in the dominant hemisphere. Agnosia is related to aphasia but has to do with inability to recognize sensory impulses as perceived by the senses (inability to recognize, odors, sounds). ...Read more
Preached, words in bible didn't make sense to me for a few seconds. Visual agnosia? Auditory b/4 too, guy had to repeat words x3. Petite mal history.
Meaning of works: It is important for you to see your doc ASAP. He/she MAY refer you to a neurologist. Then you will know what happened and the best way to stay healthy. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Yes: There are many medications of varying strengths that can abate pain. Please discuss with your physician to find out what would be the best match for you. Take care. ...Read more
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Loss of vision: Temporary loss of vision may have many causes. First, you must determine how long the vision loss occurs and if it involves one or both eyes. Some possible causes are migraine variants or strokes. If loss of vision occurs, it is always a good idea to see your local ophthalmologist for a complete eye checkup and to discuss these symptoms with your primary care doctor. ...Read more