Ademas, Carpish exhibe una alta diversidad de aves, entre las familias mas importantes se registran Trochilidae (picaflores o colibris), Ramphastidae (tucanes, tucanetas), Thraupidae (tangaras), Psittacidae (loros y pericos), Cotingidae (cotingas) y especies endemicas como el tiranido Uromyias agraphia
Chapman 1919 y, el picaflor cobrizo Metallura theresiae Simon 1902 (Young & Leon 1999, Parker & O'Neill 1976).
Alexia without agraphia
syndrome was first described by Dejerine in a patient who had a stroke in the medial part of the occipital lobe and the splenium of corpus callosum, impairing activation of orthographic word representations [1-3].
Alexia without agraphia
in a left-handed patient with a right occipital lesion.
, acalculia, and alexia were not detected (Table 2).
Basilar migraine can present as pure alexia without agraphia
and transient memory disturbance.
Our patient is a 54-year-old Caucasian male with a history of cardiac and pulmonary sarcoidosis, hypertension, premature ventricular contractions (PVCs), and obesity who presented with acute onset right hemianopsia, memory recall difficulty, and alexia without agraphia
. He was in his normal state of health and doing yard work when the symptoms began.
Pure alexia (also known as 'alexia without agraphia
') describes a condition in which patients are unable to read words efficiently, despite being able to write.
Mannen, "Alexia and agraphia
with lesions of the angular and supramarginal gyri: Evidence for the disruption of sequential processing," Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.
Most studies on agraphia
in AD have been performed in the alphabetic system, such as English.
Alexia and agraphia
in Spanish speakers: CAT correlations and interlinguistic analysis.
Exclusion criteria were: i] to be diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease; ii] to have an MCI formal diagnosis by a neurologist; iii] to suffer from a disabling chronic disease; iv] to have a psychiatric diagnosis; v] to demonstrate a significant cognitive impairment, such as aphasia, agraphia
, alexia and/or apraxia; and vi] to have a severe sensory or perceptual deficit (Diaz & Peraita, 2008).
(2) Clinical features of PCA constitute a wide variety of signs and symptoms; nevertheless, the most frequent include hemiagnosia (deficit in awareness of one side of space), optic ataxia (lack of coordination between visual inputs and hand movements, resulting in inability to reach and grab objects), visual agnosia (an impairment in recognition of visually presented objects), alexia (difficulty to understand written words), acalculia (difficulty with simple mathematical tasks), and agraphia
(loss in the ability to communicate through writing).