Kleist, Karl(redirected from Kleist apraxia)
Kleist,Karl, German. German neurologist, 1879–.
Kleist apraxia - inability to draw or write or construct two- and three-dimensional figures using matchsticks. Synonym(s): Mayer-Gross apraxia
Kleist sign - when gently raised by examiner, patient's fingers hook into examiner's fingers; indicative of thalamic and frontal lesions.
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