construction apraxia

construction apraxia

Neurology An acquired inability to draw 2-D objects or forms or copy 3-D arrangements of forms or shapes, in absence of motor defects, due to a defect in the non-dominant parietal lobe
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Site of Lesion in Motor Hemiplegia with Higher Cerebral Dysfunction: 6 patients who presented clinically with parietal lobe dysfunctions like sensory neglect, hemianopia, anosognosia, dressing and construction apraxia, visuospatial disorientation showed lesion exactly in non-dominant parietal lobe which correlated well.

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