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Published by Grune & Stratton in Orlando .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pediatric neurology -- Diagnosis.,
  • Neurologic examination.,
  • Neurologic manifestations of general diseases.,
  • Child Behavior Disorders.,
  • Neurologic Examination.,
  • Neurologic Manifestations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementedited by David E. Tupper.
    ContributionsTupper, David E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ488 .S64 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 399 p. :
    Number of Pages399
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2732876M
    ISBN 100808918419
    LC Control Number86027067

    Neurologic Soft Signs in Borderline Personality Disorder Article in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 67(4) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.   The significance of soft signs in children with learning deficits is still widely debated. Books have been written about them. Yet, at a conference I attended a few decades back, the guest speaker got a laugh when he said, "there is no such thing as a soft sign, only soft neurologists." Funny, but not entirely true.

      Neurologic soft signs Because there were no significant sample or diagnosis interactions with the raters, means for the 41 individual NSSs (data available on request) were collapsed across raters. These ANOVAs revealed no sample main effect nor sample × diagnosis interaction, significant at P Cited by: Focal neurologic signs also known as focal neurological deficits or focal CNS signs are impairments of nerve, spinal cord, or brain function that affects a specific region of the body, e.g. weakness in the left arm, the right leg, paresis, or plegia.. Focal neurological deficits may be caused by a variety of medical conditions such as head trauma, tumors or stroke; or by various diseases such Differential diagnosis: Head trauma, Tumor, Stroke.

    The rapid spread of the virus that causes COVID has sparked alarm worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared this rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, and countries around the world are grappling with a surge in conf. Get this from a library! Soft neurological signs in clumsy children: indicators of timing and force control dysfunction. [Laurie Lundy-Ekman].


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Soft neurological signs. Orlando: Grune & Stratton, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. A narrative review of the literature was performed based on the databases Medline and Bireme.

Neurological soft signs are abnormalities on the neurological exam. Neurology is the most visual of the medical specialties, and videos have an ability to illustrate physical signs in a way that cannot be matched by written descriptions. The Manual of Neurological Signs comprises over videos of adults and children with neurologic disorders with sections including: Higher Functions, Movement Disorders, Eyes/Eye Movement, Head and Neck, Epilepsy, Reflexes Author: John G.

Morris. Neurological soft signs (NSS) are neurological abnormalities that can be identified by clinical examination using valid and reliable testing measures. They are referred to as ‘soft’ because they not related to a specific brain area, or part of a defined syndrome.

Categories of NSS are commonly grouped into three categories; integrative sensory functioning, motor coordination, and complex motor. It is possible that soft signs persist after puberty be-cause of a fixed but unrecognized focal or global brain injury; in this case it is required the execution of other diagnostic probe because this fact denies the idea that they could have been a maturational lag.

Neurological soft signs, which persist in to pubertyseems to be moreFile Size: 25KB. The Neurologic Examination is an exhaustive treatise on both the examination and relevant neurologic conditions. InClinical Signs in Neurology: A Compendium was published by Wolters Kluwer.

The Compendium approaches the topic of the examination differently, using a dictionary or encyclopedia format with alphabetical entries describing. Neurological soft signs (NSS) are defined as atypical perfor-mance on aspects of neuro-developmental assessment of sensory and motor functioning in the absence of specific brain lesions or injury (Deuel & Rauchway, ; Patankar et al., ).

It has been further proposed that determining patterns of motor. Neurological soft signs are suggested when an individual shows demonstrable impairment in the ability to perform several motor and sensory tests on neurological examination.

They are “soft” because they were originally thought to have nonspecific structural and functional brain correlates or characteristic of any specific neurological disorder. For assistance, please contact: AAN Members () or () (International) Non-AAN Member subscribers () or () option 3, select 1 Author: B.

Remler. An Introduction to Neurology. This book covers the following topics: The Nervous Functions, The Neuron, The Reflex Circuits, The General Physiology of the Nervous System, General Anatomy and Subdivision of the Nervous System, Spinal Cord and Its Nerves, Medulla Oblongata and Cerebellum, The Cerebrum, General Somatic Systems of Conduction Paths, Auditory Apparatus, Sympathetic Nervous System.

Neurological soft signs (NSS) comprise subtle deficits in sensory integration, motor coordination, and sequencing of complex motor acts, which are typically observed in the majority of schizophrenia patients, including chronic cases and neuroleptic-naïve first-episode patients.

However, recent studies clearly demonstrate that NSS are not a static feature of schizophrenia but vary in the Cited by: The Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences runs to four volumes.

This book is an attempt at a concise compilation of useful neurologic signs. There was no attempt to include every conceivable neurologic sign, as many are of marginal clinical utility, are primarily of. PANESS is a Revised Physical and Neurological Examination for soft Signs scale by Martha Denckla.

It is used for physical and neurological soft signs. It can be used for children and adolescents. Abstract. The term soft sign as it relates to neurological dysfunction is usually applied to reflect atypical performance on various psychomotor or somatosensory tasks often employed in the standard neurological examination.

In order for this non-normative performance to continue to be further described as a soft sign, criteria of at least near normal intelligence and absence of focal Cited by: 8. Neurological soft signs (NSS) are minor neurological signs indicating non-specific cerebral can occur as as the result of developmental processes in childhood, when they often run their developmental course, with no identified organic cause and are not regarded as indicating an specific neurological disorder.

They can also result from brain injury. They can be difficult to. Soft signs refer to subtle abnormalities in sensory-perceptual, motor, or other central nervous system functions.

They are findings that are pathological at any age, but more subtle manifestations of hard signs or behaviors that are abnormal because they persist beyond a normal age. In contrast to hard neurological signs, they are nonspecific indicators of impairment, and are not associated with focal.

Neurological soft signs in schizophrenia – The past, the present and the future. Shivarama Varambally,Ganesan Venkatasubramanian,and Bangalore N. Gangadhar. Department of Psychiatry, Schizophrenia Clinic, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.1. Introduction.

Neurological soft signs (NSS) or subtle motor and sensory deficits are frequently found in a wide range of psychiatric conditions, in particular schizophrenia (for review see: Bombin et al., ; Chan et al., ; Heuser, ; Schröder et al., ).NSS vary in the clinical course with severity of the condition as demonstrated by decreasing scores with remission of Cited by: 3.The soft sign (Ь, ь, italics Ь, ь; Russian: мягкий знак Russian pronunciation: [ˈmʲæxʲkʲɪj znak]) also known as the front yer or front er, is a letter of the Cyrillic Old Church Slavonic, it represented a short (or "reduced") front with its companion, the back yer ъ, the vowel phoneme that it designated was later partly dropped and partly merged with.