Unexpected CT-Scan Findings in Global Aphasia

@article{Vignolo1986UnexpectedCF,
  title={Unexpected CT-Scan Findings in Global Aphasia},
  author={L. Vignolo and E. Boccardi and L. Caverni},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1986},
  volume={22},
  pages={55-69}
}
The clinical-CT scan correlation was studied in 37 stroke patients with global aphasia. The time between stroke and language examination was between 21 and 60 days; the time between stroke and CT scan was equal to or longer than 21 days. It was found that while 22 patients harboured the expected large lesions including Broca's and Wernicke's areas, 8 had anterior lesions sparing Wernicke's area, 3 had posterior lesions sparing Broca's area, and 4 had deep lesions centered on the insula and… Expand
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