dysmnesia


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dysmnesia

[‚dis·′nēzh·ə]
(psychology)
General intellectual impairment.
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In the present study, improving effects of tenuifolin, extracted from Radix Polygalae (RP), on learning and memory in aged and dysmnesia mice were determined using step-down type passive avoidance test or Y type maze trial.
In the current experiments, we investigated the effects of MST from RP on cognitive functions of young, aged animals and chemical-induced dysmnesia subjects.
There is also evidence that fry may cause dysmnesia (Hawkins, Schwartz-Thompson & Kahane 1994).
Questions about the following specific problems were selected from the interview schedule that paralleled test items from the objective assessments of patients: dysmnesia, topographical disorientation, dyspraxia, dysnomia and visual agnosia.
In an in vivo study, the effect of SLT treatment (11, 22, and 44 mg/kg per day over 15 days) on memory impairment was investigated in acquired/consolidated dysmnesia models in mice induced by scopolamine, reserpine, chlorderazin, sodium nitrite, and alcohol.