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Aphasia and handedness in relation to hemispheric side, age at injury and severity of cerebral lesion during childhood.
- F. Vargha-Khadem, A. M. O'Gorman, G. Watters
- Psychology, Medicine
- Brain : a journal of neurology
- 1 September 1985
The effects of the variables of hemispheric side of lesion, age at injury and severity of cerebral damage on language performance and hand dominance were investigated in groups of hemiparetic… Expand
Development of speech and language following bilateral frontal lesions
Language and speech were studied in a young child with perinatally acquired bifrontal lesions. Bilateral frontal pathology seriously interfered with the development of intelligible speech and… Expand
Computed tomography brain scans in long term survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
There have been varying frequencies cited for the occurrence of abnormal brain CT scans in leukemic patients and conflicting evidence about the significance of these abnormalities and their… Expand
Maturation of cerebellar neuroblastoma into ganglioneuroma with melanosis. A histologic, immunocytochemical, and ultrastructural study
A ganglioneuroma with areas of melanosis was resected from the cerebellum of a 6.5‐year‐old girl. At 2.5 years of age, she was diagnosed to have cerebellar neuroblastoma, which was incompletely… Expand