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INTRODUCTION Multiple sclerosis (EM) is a neurological disorder of great epidemiological interest. Considerable variations have been described regarding the initial description of geographical distribution. In the Alcoi health district an epidemiological study showed more cases than would be expected from the latitude. Objective. To care out an analytical(More)
INTRODUCTION Disorders affecting the lower motor neurons in childhood, with a congenital or acquired aetiology, give rise to difficulties in neuromotor response and, therefore, motor disorders affecting speech in a period that is especially critical for the development of language. The low incidence of this pathology, its comorbidity with other brain(More)
INTRODUCTION Advances in neuroimaging techniques have sparked a growing interest in the study of the cerebellum and its role in the cognitive processes. It is becoming increasingly clear that there is a relationship between this organ and linguistic production, and between pathologies of the cerebellum and some language disorders, such as cerebellar(More)
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