Cognitive Symptoms

Some articles on symptoms, cognitive, cognitive symptoms:

Classification - Epilepsy Syndromes
... Seizures in BOEC usually feature visual symptoms such as scotoma or fortifications (brightly colored spots or lines) or amaurosis (blindness or impairment of vision) ... Younger patients typically experience symptoms similar to migraine with nausea and headache, and older patients typically complain of more visual symptoms ... good prognosis because children do not usually show cognitive decline or neurological deficits, and the seizures in the majority cease spontaneously with onging ...
Post-concussion Syndrome - Signs and Symptoms - Higher Mental Functions
... Cognitive or mental symptoms can include confusion or impaired cognition, problems with attention, impaired judgment, and amnesia or other problems with memory, especially short-term memory ... Problems with memory and attention are the longest-lasting cognitive symptoms one in four people with PCS still suffer from memory problems a year after the injury ... While cognitive symptoms usually resolve within a few months of injury, physical and emotional symptoms can last longer ...
Dysexecutive Syndrome - Symptoms - Cognitive Symptoms
... Cognitive symptoms refer to a person’s ability to process thoughts ... Cognition primarily refers to memory, the ability to learn new information, speech, and reading comprehension ...

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