Acquired aphasia in children: revisited.


Observations of acquired aphasia in a more numerous series of children with cortical lesions modifies somewhat the conclusions of an earlier study. Aphasic syndromes in these children seem to result almost exclusively from left hemispheric lesions in right-handers. Aphasia is more frequent, at least among the youngest children, than in adults. The factors… (More)


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@article{Hcaen1983AcquiredAI, title={Acquired aphasia in children: revisited.}, author={H H{\'e}caen}, journal={Neuropsychologia}, year={1983}, volume={21 6}, pages={581-7} }