All Relations between Agnosia and brodmann area 37

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Jason J S Barto. Cerebral Visual Loss. Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology. vol 25. issue Suppl 2. 2023-01-02. PMID:36589033. occipitotemporal lesions affect various aspects of object recognition, ranging from general visual agnosia to selective agnosias, such as prosopagnosia or topographagnosia from right or bilateral lesions, and pure alexia from left-sided lesions. 2023-01-02 2023-08-14 Not clear
Kyoko Suzuk. [Visual Texture Agnosia in Humans]. Brain and nerve = Shinkei kenkyu no shinpo. vol 67. issue 6. 2015-09-08. PMID:26062585. case 1 had left homonymous hemianopia and right upper quadrantanopia, along with achromatopsia, prosopagnosia, and texture agnosia, because of damage to his left ventromedial occipitotemporal cortex and right lateral occipito-temporo-parietal cortex due to multiple cerebral embolisms. 2015-09-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
D Tranel, H Damasio, A R Damasi. Double Dissociation between Overt and Covert Face Recognition. Journal of cognitive neuroscience. vol 7. issue 4. 2013-08-22. PMID:23961902. some patients with face agnosia (prosopagnosia) caused by occipitotemporal damage produce discriminatory covert responses to the familiar faces that they fail to identify overtly. 2013-08-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
Jason J S Barto. Disorder of higher visual function. Current opinion in neurology. vol 24. issue 1. 2011-04-14. PMID:21102334. in this review we discuss studies on blindsight, which is the ability of remaining regions to support vision in the absence of striate cortex or visual awareness, recent work on 'ventral stream' syndromes such as object agnosia, alexia, prosopagnosia, and topographagnosia, which follow damage to medial occipitotemporal structures, and simultanagnosia, the classic 'dorsal stream' deficit related to bilateral occipitoparietal lesions. 2011-04-14 2023-08-12 human
Hans-Otto Karnath, Johannes R\\xc3\\xbcter, Andr\\xc3\\xa9 Mandler, Marc Himmelbac. The anatomy of object recognition--visual form agnosia caused by medial occipitotemporal stroke. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience. vol 29. issue 18. 2009-05-28. PMID:19420252. the anatomy of object recognition--visual form agnosia caused by medial occipitotemporal stroke. 2009-05-28 2023-08-12 Not clear
Gordon Binsted, Kyle Brownell, Zofia Vorontsova, Matthew Heath, Deborah Saucie. Visuomotor system uses target features unavailable to conscious awareness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 104. issue 31. 2007-09-21. PMID:17646661. similarly, damage to inferior occipitotemporal regions of cortex (e.g., lateral occipital cortex) can result in an inability to perceive object properties while retaining the ability to act on them (i.e., visual form agnosia). 2007-09-21 2023-08-12 Not clear
Mario F Mendez, Monique M Cherrie. Agnosia for scenes in topographagnosia. Neuropsychologia. vol 41. issue 10. 2003-07-15. PMID:12757910. in order to define the nature of this agnosia, we studied a patient with isolated topographic disorientation (td) after a stroke in the right medial occipitotemporal region. 2003-07-15 2023-08-12 Not clear
E De Renz. Disorders of visual recognition. Seminars in neurology. vol 20. issue 4. 2001-03-22. PMID:11149704. associative agnosia and optic aphasia are associated with left occipitotemporal damage, and they differ more quantitatively than qualitatively. 2001-03-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
C T Ferreira, M Ceccaldi, B Giusiano, M Ponce. Separate visual pathways for perception of actions and objects: evidence from a case of apperceptive agnosia. Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry. vol 65. issue 3. 1998-09-15. PMID:9728957. recognition of different kinds of visual stimuli was studied in a patient who acquired apperceptive visual agnosia after a bilateral occipitotemporal lesion which partially spared the primary visual cortex. 1998-09-15 2023-08-12 Not clear
M Kawamur. [Visual agnosia induced by cerebrovascular disease]. Rinsho shinkeigaku = Clinical neurology. vol 37. issue 12. 1998-07-01. PMID:9577666. this type of visual agnosia occurs at the occipitotemporal lobe lesion where the visual cognitive center exists, and is often induced by vascular disease of the posterior cerebral artery. 1998-07-01 2023-08-12 Not clear
H Tohgi, K Watanabe, H Takahashi, H Yonezawa, K Hatano, T Sasak. Prosopagnosia without topographagnosia and object agnosia associated with a lesion confined to the right occipitotemporal region. Journal of neurology. vol 241. issue 8. 1994-12-06. PMID:7964914. prosopagnosia without topographagnosia and object agnosia associated with a lesion confined to the right occipitotemporal region. 1994-12-06 2023-08-12 Not clear
M L Albert, D Soffer, R Silverberg, A Reche. The anatomic basis of visual agnosia. Neurology. vol 29. issue 6. 1979-08-16. PMID:572012. in a patient with associative visual agnosia without alexia, there was bilateral infarction in the distribution of the posterior cerebral arteries, with corticosubcortical lesions in both occipitotemporal regions, sparing the corpus callosum. 1979-08-16 2023-08-11 Not clear