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Neuropsychology, Page 4

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning:

Residual Dysfunction Following CO Poisoning:

Sensory-Motor Function:

  • Tactile sensitivity

  • Stereognosis

  • Fine motor speed

  • Fine motor dexterity

  • Grip strength

  • Motor programming and sequencing (Executive motor-skills)

  • Verbal and non-verbal agility (Oral motor function)

  • Psycho-Motor problem solving

    Note: - Thanks to Dennis Helffenstein, Ph.D. for development of this material.

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