stereognosis


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stereognosis

(ˌstɛrɪɒɡˈnəʊsɪs; ˌstɪər-)
n
(Psychology) the perception of depth or three-dimensionality through any of the senses
[C20: stereo- + gnosis]
Translations
stéréognosie
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Conditions Commonly Associated with Spastic Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy Associated Conditions Frequency among Hemiplegic Patients Impaired cognition (IQ < 70) 18-41% Specific learning disabilities 36% Epilepsy 22-44% Impaired stereognosis 44% (loss of tactile recognition) Hearing difficulties 7% Speech impairment 20-30% Vision impairment: Strabismus 20% Other vision 14% impairments Difficulties feeding/eating 33-64% Malnutrition 20% (i.
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The tests of tactile-kinesthetic perception, Graphesthesia and Manual Form Perception, assess proprioception and kinesthesia and higher-level skills, such as tactile-kinesthetic memory, tactile-kinesthetic discrimination, stereognosis, and tactile-kinesthetic processing speed.
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2,48,57) At the Mobility Clinic, we also consider testing the cranial nerves, gross vision, cerebellar testing (Romberg, finger-to-nose, heelto-shin, and hand flip), proprioception, monofilament, graphesthesia, and stereognosis.