Recovery from Wernicke's aphasia: a positron emission tomographic study.

@article{Weiller1995RecoveryFW,
  title={Recovery from Wernicke's aphasia: a positron emission tomographic study.},
  author={Cornelius Weiller and Ch. Isensee and Michel Rijntjes and Walter Huber and Stefan M{\"u}ller and Dirk Bier and K Dutschka and Roger P. Woods and Johannes Noth and Hans Christoph Diener},
  journal={Annals of neurology},
  year={1995},
  volume={37 6},
  pages={723-32}
}
Changes in the organization of the brain after recovery from aphasia were investigated by measuring increases in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) during repetition of pseudowords and during verb generation. Six right-handed patients who had recovered from Wernicke's aphasia caused by an infarction destroying the left posterior perisylvian language zone were compared with 6 healthy, right-handed volunteers. In the control subjects, strong rCBF increases were found in the left hemisphere in… CONTINUE READING
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