D Paccioretti

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Middle-latency auditory evoked responses (MLRs) were recorded simultaneously at 3 or 4 electrode locations in the coronal plane in 5 normal subjects, 11 patients with temporal lobe lesions and in 5 patients with cortical lesions not involving the temporal lobes. In patients with unilateral temporal lobe lesions, the amplitude of Pa and hence that of the(More)
A 67-year-old woman with demonstrated intact peripheral and brain-stem auditory pathways presented with sudden deafness secondary to sequential bilateral temporal lobe infarcts. Initial examination revealed no behavioral response to sounds and a mild Wernicke's aphasia. Hearing gradually returned but auditory agnosia persists. Changes seen on the computed(More)
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