Electrostimulation mapping of comprehension of auditory and visual words

@article{Roux2015ElectrostimulationMO,
  title={Electrostimulation mapping of comprehension of auditory and visual words},
  author={F. Roux and K. Minkin and J. Durand and O. Sacko and J. D{\'e}monet},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2015},
  volume={71},
  pages={398-408}
}
In order to spare functional areas during the removal of brain tumours, electrical stimulation mapping was used in 90 patients (77 in the left hemisphere and 13 in the right; 2754 cortical sites tested). Language functions were studied with a special focus on comprehension of auditory and visual words and the semantic system. In addition to naming, patients were asked to perform pointing tasks from auditory and visual stimuli (using sets of 4 different images controlled for familiarity), and… Expand
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