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A 15-year-old boy has a large right hemispheric tumor resection recently. He is admitted to inpatient rehabilitation, and his progress is being hindered by his lack of awareness of the left side of his body. He barely acknowledges the presence of weakness on the left side of his body; in fact, he largely does not recognize the left side of his body as being his own. This is consistent with:

A. A lesion in the dominant hemisphere parietal region involving the primary somatosensory cortex

B. A lesion in the nondominant hemisphere primary visual cortex

C. A lesion in the nondominant frontal lobe

D. A lesion in the nondominant hemisphere parietal region involving the primary somatosensory cortex


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