Frontal Glioblastoma Multiforme Tumor: Presentation as a Specific Learning Disorder
A 41 year-old college student, referred for a psychoeducational assessment to rule out attention and learning difficulties, revealed a pattern of inconsistent test results, indicating significant cognitive impairment. Subsequent neuropsychological evaluation and neurological follow-up confirmed cerebral impairment, and a MRI scan confirmed a neoplasm in the left frontal cortex, which was treated surgically. This paper reviews three serial assessment batteries, and treatment summaries as the individual progressed over a three year period.
|Frontal Glioblastoma Multiforme Tumor: Presentation as a Specific Learning Disorder
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|April 02, 2014