What dysfunctions would you typically expect NOT to see based on this diagnosis?
Neurological: While doing a chart review of a newly admitted client at a SNF, you see that this person has been admitted for complications following a right CVA of the MCA.
Answer: Aphasia and Bilateral motor apraxia. These are more frequently and commonly seen with CVAs of the left hemisphere.
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