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Pusher syndrome. Reporter : 9419201 張語竹 Advisor :蕭世芬老師 Date : 2010/01/16. Outline. Introduction What ’ s pusher syndrome Prevalence Localization of Lesions Clinical manifestation Mechanism underlying pusher behavior SVV and SPV Assessment SCP Clinical implication

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    1. Pusher syndrome Reporter:9419201張語竹 Advisor:蕭世芬老師 Date:2010/01/16

    2. Outline • Introduction • What’s pusher syndrome • Prevalence • Localization of Lesions • Clinical manifestation • Mechanism underlying pusher behavior • SVV and SPV • Assessment • SCP • Clinical implication • Prognosis • Summary

    3. Introduction • What’s pusher syndrome? • Synonym • Ipsilateral pushing • Contraversive pushing behavior • Prevalence • 10% in stroke patients • R’t brain damage • Localization of Lesions

    4. Clinical manifestation • Postural behavior • Motor performance • Sensation • Perception

    5. Mechanism underlying pusher behavior • PB reflects some misrepresentation of verticality • Perception of our orientation relative to the vertical and horizontal coordinates of the earth is determined by • Visual information • Somesthesic information • Vestibular information(gravity receptors) • SVV and SPV

    6. Assessment • SCP

    7. Clinical implication • Visual cue (SVV) • Moving lower trunk on stabilized upper trunk (SPV) • Motor relearning approach • TENS( sensory manipulation)

    8. Prognosis

    9. Summary

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