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The connectivity of the superior longitudinal fasciculus: a tractography DTI study.
PURPOSE The left superior longitudinal fasciculus (SLF) has been felt to link receptive with expressive language areas. The latter is located in the pars opercularis (Broca's area) of the leftExpand
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The role of the arcuate fasciculus in conduction aphasia.
In aphasia literature, it has been considered that a speech repetition defect represents the main constituent of conduction aphasia. Conduction aphasia has frequently been interpreted as a languageExpand
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Cognitive testing toward the future: The example of Semantic Verbal Fluency (ANIMALS)
We are proposing that, in the future, tests included in psychological and neuropsychological batteries should fulfil the following criteria. (1) Have a large enough normative database (“normativeExpand
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How Localized are Language Brain Areas? A Review of Brodmann Areas Involvement in Oral Language.
The interest in understanding how language is "localized" in the brain has existed for centuries. Departing from seven meta-analytic studies of functional magnetic resonance imaging activity duringExpand
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A systematic literature review of magnetic resonance spectroscopy for the characterization of brain tumors.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Proton MR spectroscopy ((1)H-MR spectroscopy) is a potentially useful adjunct to anatomic MR imaging in the characterization of brain tumors. We performed an updated systematicExpand
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Interrater reliability in assessing quality of diagnostic accuracy studies using the QUADAS tool. A preliminary assessment.
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES Quality Assessment of Diagnostic Accuracy Studies (QUADAS) is a new tool to measure the methodological quality of diagnostic accuracy studies in systematic reviews. We usedExpand
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The Language Connectome
The field of the neurobiology of language is experiencing a paradigm shift in which the predominant Broca–Wernicke–Geschwind language model is being revised in favor of models that acknowledge thatExpand
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Brain activation in sedated children: auditory and visual functional MR imaging.
PURPOSE To map developing areas of activation with functional magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in sedated children by using passive auditory and visual tasks. MATERIALS AND METHODS Forty childrenExpand
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Seizure disorders: functional MR imaging for diagnostic evaluation and surgical treatment--prospective study.
PURPOSE To prospectively evaluate effect of functional magnetic resonance (MR) imaging on diagnostic work-up and treatment planning in patients with seizure disorders who are candidates for surgicalExpand
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False lateralization of language cortex on functional MRI after a cluster of focal seizures.
fMRI can define language cortex but its limitations are not yet fully understood. This article describes a child in whom fMRI falsely lateralized language cortex when performed after a cluster ofExpand
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