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Stroke and behavior terminology
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Inability to interpret sensations
Inability to perform particular actions, even when muscle strength and ability is there
Loss of full control of body movements
Paralysis on one side of body
Unilateral paresis/weakness on entire left or right side of body
Blindness over half of the field of vision
Vision change on the same area in both eyes
State of being flaccid/soft/loose
Muscle continuously contract
The ability to sense stimuli arising in the body regarding position, motion, and equilibrium. "Awareness of body"
Shoulder dislocates (partial or incomplete)
A psychological or physical need for a substance or process to the extent that the individual will risk negative consequences in an attempt to meet the need.
A physiological need for a substance that the client cannot control and that results in withdraw symptoms of the substance is withheld.
Requires use of greater quantities to achieve the same effect.
Any action an individual takes that consciously or unconsciously facilitates substance dependence.
Ataxia, abnormal eye movement and confusion (acute stage)
Intact intellectual functioning but inability to retrieve events from long-term memory or retain new information. (Chronic stage)
Making up information to fill in memory blanks, develops in an individuals attempt to protect self-esteem when confronted with memory loss.
excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner, typically a partner who requires support due to an illness or addiction.
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