Current Concepts of Cerebrovascular Disease — Stroke Strokes and Behavior: Disorders of Higher Cortical Functions Following Cerebral Disease Disorders of Language and Related Functions

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IN ADDITION to motor and sensory deficits, strokes may produce impairment of language, of visualspatial perception, and of other aspects of cognitive behavior known collectively as "higher cortical functions." These disorders are of interest to the physician because they are helpful in localizing the site of a cerebral lesion. Knowledge of these disorders… (More)

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