The anatomy of aphasia revisited

  title={The anatomy of aphasia revisited},
  author={A. Kreisler and O. Godefroy and C. Delmaire and B. Debachy and M. Leclercq and J. Pruvo and D. Leys},
  pages={1117 - 1123}
  • A. Kreisler, O. Godefroy, +4 authors D. Leys
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine
  • Neurology
  • Objective: To determine lesion locations associated with the various types of aphasic disorders in patients with stroke. Background: The anatomy of aphasia has been challenged by several recent studies. Discrepancies are likely to be due to methodologic issues. Methods: We examined 107 patients with a standardized aphasia battery and MRI. Three examiners blinded to the clinical data rated signal abnormalities in 69 predetermined regions of interest. The statistical procedure used classification… CONTINUE READING
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