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After he suffered a stroke, mr. santore's physical coordination skills and responsiveness to sensory stimulation quickly returned to normal. unfortunately, however, he began to experience unusual difficulty figuring out how to find his way to various locations in his neighborhood. it is most likely that mr. santore suffered damage to his:

Rodney Fox

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Donald Ward on January 15, 2019

It was commonly believed that the association areas had a role in spatial orientation, but recent studies show that the other multiple regions of the human brain to manage the orientation in the space.The most important being the hippocampus, a structure located below the cerebral cortex, which is a part of the limbic system. In addition, the hippocampus, lobes parietal of the cerebral cortex also play an important role in orientation in space.So, in this case, Mr. Santore stroke more likely it is that it has affected one of the two structures mentioned previously, the hippocampus and/or the parietal lobe of the cerebral cortex.

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