TableĀ 1

Related impairments

AnosognosiaUnawareness of a specific deficit. Patients may be unaware of neglect and also unaware of hemiplegia.
SomatoparaphreniaA delusional belief relating to the contralesional limbs or side of the body, such that a patient does not believe that the limb/side belongs to them.
AllochiriaA patient responds to a stimulus to one side of the body as if it had been to the other side. It can also be present in drawings where items from the contralesional side are transposed to the ipsilesional side.
Constructional apraxiaThe inability to draw or copy complex diagrams. This is often associated with right hemisphere damage and persists after rightward bias has resolved. It is not related to motor apraxia.