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  • There flashed over my mind the recollection of what had been called Korsakoff's syndrome, in which one of the mental disturbances was the memory of recent events.

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  • He recalled Korsakoff, who still occupied Bregenz; but all his troops together did not number more than thirty thousand men-all that remained of the eighty thousand whom Paul had furnished as his contingent in the coalition.

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  • Many times, elderly adults are diagnosed as living with dementia when, in actuality, the condition is known as Korsakoff syndrome.

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  • And when used in hats, it could be absorbed through the skin which affected the mind through maladies such as Korsakoff's syndrome.

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  • And when used in hats, it could be absorbed through the skin which affected the mind through maladies such as Korsakoff's syndrome.

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  • There is a polyneuritis psychosis, known as Korsakoff's syndrome, characterized by disturbances of the memory of recent events and false reminiscences, the patient being restless and disorientated. "

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  • His European ranking — 51st — reflects more quality than quantity, being based in large part on one horse, the aptly named Soldier's Tale (other Stravinsky offspring include Korsakoff, Balmont, and Pulcinella).

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  • His European ranking — 51st — reflects more quality than quantity, being based in large part on one horse, the aptly named Soldier's Tale (other Stravinsky offspring include Korsakoff, Balmont, and Pulcinella).

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  • Yet another reason that I strongly believe that he should at least have the mental and neuropsychological tests (specifically, the Halstead-Reitan) is that he appears to suffer from Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome.

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  • Korsakoff, who had arrived in Switzerland to co-operate with General

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