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The challenges of delivering a holistic approach to rehabilitating motor skills following a frontal lobe injury
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The brain controls majority of our neurological functions and responses; and they help ensure that the organ and system functions are within normal parameters. In… It will first discuss the impact and pathophysiological elements relating to frontal lobe injuries. Secondly, the rehabilitative process will be presented, followed by a discussion on the…
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The challenges of delivering a holistic approach to rehabilitating motor skills following a frontal lobe injury
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“Critically evaluate current approaches to the management of a chosen neurological problem or a specific intervention” Introduction Brain trauma can bring about significantly unfavourable health issues for affected patients. The brain controls majority of our neurological functions and responses; and it helps ensure that the organ and system functions are within normal parameters.…
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The role of the frontal lobes in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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The main symptom that allows diagnosing this illness is persistent excessive inattention. Children who suffer ADHD are usually hyperactive and impulsive; consequently their… ADHD is a widespread disorder that is not studied properly and needs further research. This paper will define how much is already known about this disorder and the ways to cope with it.…
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Occipital lobe
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Olivier Collignon of the University of Montreals Saint-Justine Hospital Research Centre compared the brain activity of people who can see and people who were born blind, and discovered that the part of the brain that normally works with our eyes to process vision… In the research Collignon said. The visual cortex is involved in processing sight. They are…
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Human Memory Essay
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Alzheimer's disease: A disease marked by the loss of cognitive ability, generally over a period of 10 to 15 years, and associated with the development of abnormal tissues and protein deposits in the cerebral cortex. Cerebellum The trilobed structure of the brain, lying posterior to the pons and medulla oblongata and inferior to the occipital lobes of the cerebral hemispheres, that is responsible for the regulation and coordination of complex voluntary muscular movement as well as the maintenance of posture and balance. …
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Erectile Dysfunction
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This condition is mostly prevalent in older men as opposed to the younger men. Statistics shows that half of the population of men will have this condition when they… rs, for example, stroke, brain tumors and multiple sclerosis, can affect how the brain communicates with a man’s reproductive system hence leading to erectile dysfunction. Pelvic surgery can…
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Asperger's Syndrome Term Paper
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The Biopsychology of the Neurological Disorders Asperger's Syndrome Author Institution Abstract Asperger’s syndrome refers to a pervasive developmental condition related to autism, and that manifests highly distinct characteristics. The disorder, which is part of the autistic spectrum, embodies aspects regarding social and communication skills.… The present…
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Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder And Learning
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Seeking to address the relationship between ADHD and learning, this essay aims to be comprehensive in the analysis of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. The study begins with an introduction to the subject and a thorough overview of the key definitional aspects.… The term Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity was first named in the…
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Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
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Any suspect of change in behaviour usually felt after brain damage or brain injury or any abnormality arising from brain disorder is called 'Clinical Neuropsychology' (CN) while experimental neuropsychology (EN) deals with the study of investigating human nervous system, thereby conducting laboratory assessment of human beings. … (Maruish & Moses, 1997, p. 60)…
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Sexual Dysfunction
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Sexual Dysfunction Name Institution Sexual Dysfunction Introduction Sexual dysfunction in both male and female gender identities is as a result of multiple etiological factors such as psychological, biological, behavioral and genetic elements (Zakhari, 2009).… These investigations include empirical studies which present results that have significant…
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SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
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It is also known as ‘impotence’ and is referred to as the ‘daremonsta’. Erectile dysfunction is basically a sexual disorder or sexual malfunction that… However, for erectile dysfunction to take place there can be a number of causes to support this. This could include disease of diabetes as well as a number of others, where the majority of the same are…
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Case Study - Mental Dysfunction
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From an assessment of this scenario, Isaac is suffering from mental health problems that arose out of his experiences, especially after leaving school. He portrays signs which Barry (1998) identifies as signs of depression.… This incident also changed him from being a happy boy into an angry fellow. In addition, it has made him to experience sleepless nights…
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Discussions
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Your Name Due Date Discussion Board Posts Question 1 Sensory and perception is, essentially, a process. Many people use the terms perception and memory as if they are the same thing, however that is not the case. Perception and memory are, in fact, distinct terms with different definitions, all be it, they are “complementary” in purpose and process.…
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Neuro Final Project
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Neurofinal project Institution of Learning: Course content Background 1.0 DSM classification 1.1 Genetic and environmental contributions to Dementia 1.2 Use of various brain scans 1.3 Legal, ethical and forensic issues 1.4 Tests and Assessments 2.0 Use of various tests and assessments 2.1 Recommendations 3.0 Prognosis 4.0 Conclusion 5.0 References 1.0 Background Dementia resulting directly from HIV disease can occur at any age and individual infected with the viral disease may be prone to dementia from various associated causes.…
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Hormonal dysfunction of preeclampsia
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Among the hypertensive disorders that present complications during pregnancy are the variety of vascular disturbances consisting of gestational hypertension, pre-eclampsia, HELPP syndrome, eclampsia and chronic hypertension. In the United Kingdom it is estimated that the… Pre-eclampsia is found to occur most commonly in young first-time pregnant women, first…
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Spinal Dysfunction: Maitland and Mulligan
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SPINAL DYSFUNCTION (name) (school) (date) Word count: 1606 Spinal Dysfunction: Maitland and Mulligan Lower back pain is one of the most common health problems encountered by adults. Waxman, et.al., (2000, p. 2085) discusses that it has a 60% lifetime prevalence rate among adults; and a single episode of lower back pain can mark an episodic incidence, and the progress of the pain or dysfunction to chronic status.…
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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
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Concussion or mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) is one of the most widespread neurologic disorders that compose around 90% of all brain injuries (Saulle & Greenwald, 2012, p.1). These injuries are common among athletes, in that an estimated of 1.6 to 3.8 million report of… or exhibit symptoms, possibly because head trauma is benign and some injuries are not…
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Factors Inhibiting Erectile Dysfunction
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Factors inhibiting Erectile Dysfunction Author Institution Abstract Erectile Dysfunction can be regarded as one of the most common sexual problems in men and affects close to 30 million men in the United States. Once referred to as impotence, erectile dysfunction (ED) infers the constant inability to attain, and/or sustain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory love making.…
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Sexual Dysfunction: Male Erectile disorder
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Sexual arousal involves activation of physiological systems that coordinate sexual functions in both sexes and which includes central arousal, non-genital and genital arousal. In men genital arousal leads to erection and disorders are identified and known as erectile disorders.… It is the ability to attain or maintain penile erection sufficient for sexual…
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Erectile dysfunction & Gender Identity disorder
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In medical observation or treatment, a differential diagnosis may be used to identify unknown cases of illness or disease through a process of elimination. However, doctors tend to rely more of a set of possible outcomes to given symptoms, or they rely on their experience or… As an erection is so intrinsically tied to masculinity, not being able to achieve one…
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Qualitative Research on Erectile Dysfunction
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Tomlinson and Wright (2004) ventured on the impact of erectile dysfunction in men given sildenafil treatment through exploratory qualitative methods. Through this they aim to ascertain the influence of the condition in the personal lives of men, in their relationships with their partners, friends, and colleagues, and scrutinize the effect of the success of failure of sildenafil as treatment.…
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Neurology Assignment 1
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It is a medical term that defines the type of medical condition that is branded by a lot of symptoms that are not meant as normal part during the ageing process. It is a common… Consequently, the process moves to degenerating brain that further leads to demise of mental functions. This leads to dementia. Various diseases lead to dementia. However, Alzheimer’s…
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Fatigue and Limbic Dysfunction in Parkinsons Disease
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I have additionally edited this document for reference cites that were not originally provided. The cites needed to be double checked as well because the volume numbers of journal entries were missing. The cites that I found referenced in the paper, I added to the reference page, however, many of the cites you provided, I did not find referenced to in the paper, so those were omitted.…
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Reading disabilities focusing on Dyslexia
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The children affected with this condition show difficulty in learning and give poor results academically. Most of the time these results are inconsistent with the… More research however, is required about how dyslexia develops and what is the pathophysiology associated with it. As the mental faculties of an infant develop with age, there are a series of…
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Asperger's Disorder
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Asperger’s Disorder Date Abstract This essay aims to define the Asperger’s disorder based on DSM-IV-TR diagnosis. The essay also aims to delineate psychodynamic factors as well as biological and interactional understandings, to list helpful resources from online and work system, and to identify available treatments used in Asperger’s disorder.… 93). It gained…
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