Fumiko Miura

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We describe the findings of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in a patient with Broca’s aphasia. The patient was a 45-year-old, right-handed woman who developed Broca’s aphasia after infarction in the left frontal lobe. The first fMRI showed no signals in the left frontal lobe during verbal tasks, 2 weeks after the onset of infarction. Four weeks(More)
An 81-year-old woman with left medial frontal lobe hematoma, which involved the supplementary motor area, is reported. She was right-handed and was initially mute for several hours after the onset. On admission, she exhibited mild paresis of the right lower extremity. Her spontaneous speech was sparse and not fluent, but her articulation and auditory(More)
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