Aphasia, depression, and non-verbal cognitive impairment in ischaemic stroke.

@article{Kauhanen2000AphasiaDA,
  title={Aphasia, depression, and non-verbal cognitive impairment in ischaemic stroke.},
  author={M L Kauhanen and Juha Tapani Korpelainen and Pauliina Hiltunen and R M{\"a}{\"a}tt{\"a} and Helin{\"a} Mononen and E Brusin and Ky{\"o}sti A. Sotaniemi and Vilho V. Myllyl{\"a}},
  journal={Cerebrovascular diseases},
  year={2000},
  volume={10 6},
  pages={455-61}
}
Aphasia, depression, and cognitive dysfunction are common consequences of stroke, but knowledge of their interrelationship is limited. This 1-year prospective study was designed to evaluate prevalence and course of post-stroke aphasia and to study its psychiatric, neurological, and cognitive correlates. We studied a series of 106 consecutive patients (46 women and 60 men, mean age 65. 8 years) with first-ever ischaemic brain infarction. The patients were clinically examined, and presence and… CONTINUE READING
Recent Discussions
This paper has been referenced on Twitter 1 time over the past 90 days. VIEW TWEETS
79 Citations
0 References
Similar Papers

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 79 extracted citations

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…