Supra- and Infrasylvian Conduction Aphasia

@article{Axer2001SupraAI,
  title={Supra- and Infrasylvian Conduction Aphasia},
  author={H. Axer and Armgard Gr{\"a}fin v. Keyserlingk and G. Berks and D. G. Keyserlingk},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2001},
  volume={76},
  pages={317-331}
}
Fifteen cases of conduction aphasia which were tested with the Aachen Aphasia Test (AAT), are presented. The CT lesion data were transformed to a standard 3D-reference brain referring to the ACPC line. According to the lesion profiles a group of 6 patients had pure suprasylvian lesions, a group of 4 patients had pure infrasylvian lesions, and a group of 5 patients had lesions in both supra- and infrasylvian regions. Suprasylvian conduction aphasics are superior to infrasylvian conduction… Expand
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