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Noun1.Wernicke - German neurologist best known for his studies of aphasia (1848-1905)
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Wernicke encephalopathy (WE) is an acute or subacute neurological syndrome caused by thiamine (Vitamin B1) deficiency and is usually underestimated in clinical practice.
SEBASTIAN WERNICKE, Chief Data Scientist of ONE LOGIC; JAMES STEWART OBE, Chairman, Global Infrastructure KPMG; and E.
Wernicke J, Pangallo B, Wang F, Murray I, Henck JW, Knadler MP, et al.
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WE was described in 1881 by a German physician Karl Wernicke (1848-1905) as an acute illness affecting the persons with chronic alcoholism.
Spectrum of MR imaging findings in Wernicke encephalopathy: Are atypical areas of involvement only present in nonalcoholic patients?
The other neurological complications are the alcoholic peripheral neuropathy, alcoholic myopathy, Wernicke encephalopathy, combination of Wernicke encephalopathy with Korsakoff's psychosis.
La ataxia, el nistagmus, la confusion mental y los cambios cognitivos en estos pacientes, similares a los de la encefalopatia de Wernicke (7, 8) y su resolucion tras el uso de tiamina (8, 14, 18) refuerzan esta teoria.
Pestilli was also part of the team that first traced this missing brain structure to an 1881 publication by Carl Wernicke, a German-Austrian neuroanatomist.
Dextrose and vitamins should be included in the therapy when prolonged vomiting is present, and thiamine should be administered before dextrose infusion to prevent Wernicke encephalopathy," ACOG recommended.
Un gran numero de estudios realizados con pacientes afasicos ha demostrado la presencia de alteraciones lexico-semanticas en los pacientes con afasia de tipo Wernicke (Cuetos-Vega & Castejon, 2005; Davidoff & Roberson, 2004; Whitehouse, Caramazza & Zurif, 1978); sin embargo, son escasos los estudios en los cuales se han estudiado las alteraciones conceptuales en pacientes con afasia de Broca (Hagoort, 1993; Koemeda-Lutz, Cohen & Meier, 1987).