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000154914 245__ $$aPure representational neglect after right thalamic lesion
000154914 269__ $$a2001
000154914 260__ $$bWiley-Blackwell$$c2001
000154914 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000154914 520__ $$aAfter a right thalamic stroke, an 86-year-old man presented an acute pure left representational neglect in the absence of any perceptual neglect. On spatial mental imagery tasks, the patient systematically omitted items located on his left side, but only when a vantage point was given. This suggests that (1) pure representational neglect is not just a residual finding after recovery from global (perceptual and representational) neglect; (2) space representation can be coded by two independent processes: in viewer-centered or world-based (allocentric) coordinates; and (3) the right thalamus serves as a relay in the processing of spatial visual imagery.
000154914 6531_ $$aFunctional Laterality
000154914 700__ $$aOrtigue, S.
000154914 700__ $$aViaud-Delmon, I.
000154914 700__ $$aAnnoni, J. M.
000154914 700__ $$aLandis, T.
000154914 700__ $$aMichel, C.
000154914 700__ $$0240593$$aBlanke, O.$$g165806
000154914 700__ $$aVuilleumier, P.
000154914 700__ $$aMayer, E.
000154914 773__ $$j50$$k3$$q401-4$$tAnnals of neurology
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