After a few months, the typical patient with moderate parietal lobe damage shows almost no symptoms. However, a residual deficit (a remaining problem) can be demonstrated with a simple test, described by Teuber (1963). The doctor gives the patient a card with a little map on it. The map consists of nine dots, in rows of three, connected by an irregular line.
On the floor of the examining room is a similar trenbolone dosage pattern of nine dots, in three rows of three. The patient attempts to follow the path shown on the card, walking between the dots on the floor. Parietal patients have difficulty doing this. They reach a corner, turn around, and (no longer able to relate the card to the floor pattern) they trenbolone dosage get lost.