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Q: 44 H.M. has been living with anterograde amnesia for the past three months. Given his condition, what would be the hardest thing for patient H.M. to do today? a. Recognize that he has a memory
problem b. Describe the meal he had last night c. Recall details of his childhood d. Speak fluently
A: With anterograde amnesia, the hardest thing for patient H.M. to do today would be: Describe the meal he had last night.
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With anterograde amnesia, the hardest thing for patient H.M. to do today would be: Describe the meal he had last night.
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