K E A Turunen

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Cerebral cortical infarctions are often considered to be associated with more severe cognitive deficits than subcortical infarctions, but the evidence is conflicting. We compared early and late cognitive deficits between cortical and subcortical lesions. METHODS Consecutive patients with first-ever cortical (n = 61) or subcortical(More)
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