B Naegele-Faure

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Five patients with predominantly dominant cerebral hemisphere lesions due to herpes simplex encephalitis are described. Verbal amnesia was the main deficit but amnesic aphasia sometimes associated with impairment of remote memory also occurred. Semantic and episodic memory deficits were also explored in one case and the role of the right cerebral hemisphere(More)
Nine cases of post-herpetic encephalitis with predominant involvement of one temporal lobe at CT scan or MRI (6 on the left and 3 on the right sides) were studied 1 to 6 years after onset with repeated language and memory testing. The neuropsychological findings were well correlated with the lateralization and size of the lesions, as previously observed in(More)
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