Number processing after stroke: anatomoclinical correlations in oral and written codes.

@article{Mayer2003NumberPA,
  title={Number processing after stroke: anatomoclinical correlations in oral and written codes.},
  author={Eug{\'e}ne Mayer and Michael Reicherts and Gerard Deloche and Lucia Willadino-Braga and Ir{\`e}ne Taussik and Monique Dordain and Martial van der Linden and Jean-Marie Annoni},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2003},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={899-912}
}
Calculation and number-processing abilities were studied in 49 patients with chronic single vascular brain lesions by means of a standardized multitask assessment battery (EC301), as well as through other tasks, testing functions thought to be implicated in calculation such as language, visuo-perceptive abilities, verbal and spatial working memory, planning, and attention. The results show that (1) lesions involving parietal areas-particularly left parietal lesions-are prone to alter… CONTINUE READING

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