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Sindroma na alien ya lima

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Say sindroma na alien ya lima (AHS) odino Dr. Strangelove ya sindroma et sakey a klase na kondisyon ya panlilikna na sakey a too ya saray membro to et singa bukbukor da, ya anggapoy konsiensia ton kontrolen so gagawaen da.[1] Wala ray nanduruman sakit ya walad sayan klase, ya kaslakan et manpapatey ed nikawigi ya lima.[2] Dakel so singa termino parad nanduruman klase na sakit, balet mabetbet ya ag-inkaparaan so pangusar da.[3] No maminsan, nayarin onasingger ed saray bengatla tan man-manipula ed saratan ya aglabay ya gawaen itan, anggad kaukolan ton usaren so kontrolon lima pian napaliisan so alien a lima.[4] Balet, diad normal iran kipapasen, lapud nayarin isipen ya say gagala tan gawa et aralem ya aka-intersekto, say panggawa na sindroma na alien ya lima et nayarin usaren ya isipen bilang sakey a penomeno ya mangipapabitar ed "disentanglement" na kanonotan tan gawa.

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  1. Biran, Iftah; Giovannetti, Tania; Buxbaum, Laurel; Chatterjee, Anjan (2006-06-01). "The alien hand syndrome: What makes the alien hand alien?". Cognitive Neuropsychology. 23 (4): 563–582. CiteSeerX 10.1.1.537.6357. doi:10.1080/02643290500180282. ISSN 0264-3294. PMID 21049344. S2CID 15889976. The alien hand syndrome is a deeply puzzling phenomenon in which brain-damaged patients experience their limb performing seemingly purposeful acts without their intention. Furthermore, the limb may interfere with the actions of their normal limb.
  2. Aboitiz, F.; Carrasco, X.; Schröter, C.; Zaidel, D.; Zaidel, E.; Lavados, M. (2003). "The alien hand syndrome: classification of forms reported and discussion of a new condition". Neurological Sciences. 24 (4): 252–257. doi:10.1007/s10072-003-0149-4. ISSN 1590-1874. PMID 14658042. S2CID 24643561. The term "alien hand" refers to a variety of clinical conditions whose common characteristic is the uncontrolled behavior or the feeling of strangeness of one extremity, most commonly the left hand.
  3. Aboitiz, F.; Carrasco, X.; Schröter, C.; Zaidel, D.; Zaidel, E.; Lavados, M. (2003). "The alien hand syndrome: classification of forms reported and discussion of a new condition". Neurological Sciences. 24 (4): 252–257. doi:10.1007/s10072-003-0149-4. ISSN 1590-1874. PMID 14658042. S2CID 24643561. A large variety of complex, abnormal, involuntary motor behaviors have been described following callosal lesions which may or may not be accompanied by hemispheric damage, especially in the frontal medial region. Although the different terminologies used to describe these movements attempt to address their clinical specificity, there is a noticeable nosological confusion in the literature which results in assigning similar names, often inappropriate, to diverse phenomena and vice versa. One example of such confusion is the group of syndromes labeled as "alien hand"[1], "anarchic hand" [2, 3], "way-ward hand" [4, 5], "intermanual conflict"[6] and "diagonistic dyspraxia" [7, 8].
  4. Assal, Frédéric; Schwartz, Sophie; Vuilleumier, Patrik (2007). "Moving with or without will: functional neural correlates of alien hand syndrome". Annals of Neurology. 62 (3): 301–306. doi:10.1002/ana.21173. PMID 17638304. S2CID 14180577.