Neuropsychological screening of adults, Biology

Neuropsychological screening of adults

Normally, a neuropsychological examination explores in depth an individual's performance in a wide range of functional domains. There are instances, however, in the early phases of diagnostic exploration when the presence of a brain injury or disease is not compelling but when a suspicion reasonably might be considered. In such cases, along with other diagnostic procedures, a neuropsychological screening examination may be employed.

 

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