Speaking with a single cerebral hemisphere: fMRI language organization after hemispherectomy in childhood.


Speech-related fMRI activation was examined in six hemispherectomy patients (three left LX, three right RX, four with congenital and two with late-acquired hemiplegia) operated in childhood for the relief of drug-resistant epilepsy. Although the temporal and sensorimotor pattern of activation was similar to that found in neurologically intact control… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bandl.2008.01.010


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