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The case of Janet
Transcript of The case of Janet
case study: Janet
case study & suggested test We will look at: Manifestations Anton Räderscheidt Lovis Corinth Reynold Brown Aetiology Hemineglect can be caused by any kind of damage to the... Frontal lobe
Occipital lobe Many patients suffer from either tumors, strokes, lesions. Case study: Janet Janet had a right parietal tumor
Found to have marked visual and spacial neglect.
Left visual field cut
sensory loss in left arm How was this determined? Janet's tumor was discovered by CT scan. Janet was diagnosed with hemineglect after taking a few test. Treatment Steroids used to reduce swelling.
There was a surgery to "debulk" the mass
Janet then received radiation therapy
Janet received physical rehabilitation as well Post - treatment After janet's surgery, she returned to work . Janet worked part time for 18 months. sadly, her symptoms returned 23 months later. Janet's tumor had grown back and it was larger than before Janet refused any other surgeries and would only take her prescribed medication. Janet McKenzie passed 4 years after her diagnosis. Janet died due to server swelling of her brain. Due to the swelling, Janet's brain was not able to get oxygen through proper blood flow. Why Janet, WHY?? D: Why did janet die? Second case study: Mirror Agnosia Conducted by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran (Neuroscientist) Four patients
OS, BT, MR & JR
ages 63 to 87
All suffered from right parietal lesions
left field hemineglect confirmed in all Methodology A mirror was brought to each patients bedside and propped on their right side
The mirror used was selected to "obviously" resemble a mirror
Mirror was placed in the patients "good" field Stimuli another experimenter standing behind the patient
on cue would present a candy bar
positioned on the the visual left side of the patient
reflection cast on right side of the mirror
within grasp of the patients right arm (good arm) asked What do you see?
patient confirms object in mirror is a candy bar
when asked to grab candy bar... The patient reached into the mirror ! :O What do you guys think? Closing activity References
Brain Anatomy. (n.d.). National Brain Tumor Society. Retrieved October 15, 2012, from http://www.braintumor.org/patients-family-friends/about-brain-tumors/brain-anatomy.html
Hemineglect - Scholarpedia. (2011, January 23). Scholarpedia. Retrieved October 15, 2012, from http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Hemineglect
Ogden, J. A. (2005). Out of Mind, out of Sight: A case of Hemineglect. Fractured minds a case-study approach to clinical neuropsychology (2nd ed., pp. 113 - 136). New York: Oxford University Press.
Ogden, J. A. (2012). Trouble in mind: stories from a neuropsychologist's casebook. New York: Oxford University Press.
Ramachandran., V.S., Altschuler., E.L., & Hillyer. (1997). Mirror Agnosia. Preceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences, 264, 645-647.