In Clinical Case 3, John presents a neuropsychological evaluation of a woman in her 50s with a left anterior thalamic stroke.
A pdf of the transcript for this episode is available here.
- Expected cognitive profile of an anterior thalamic stroke
- Papez circuit and neuroanatomy involved in memory consolidation
- Diaschisis/disconnection syndrome
- Recovery timeline and trajectory following stroke
- Return to work considerations for stroke patients and some recommendations
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You podcast is incredible. I particularly enjoy these case presentations. Thank you!
Would you provide reference details on the Stucky et al. book and the Russ Bower chapter referred to in this episode please.
Thanks for the feedback Cole! We’re really happy that you’re enjoying these episodes. The book is Clinical Neuropsychology Study Guide and Board Review by Stucky et al. (2020), and Ch. 4 is the functional neuroanatomy chapter by Russ Bauer and Leslie Gaynor that I referred to. Here’s a link to the book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3kB17GB
Great and really helpful job! Thank you!
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