Writing-specific sites in frontal areas: a cortical stimulation study.

@article{Lubrano2004WritingspecificSI,
  title={Writing-specific sites in frontal areas: a cortical stimulation study.},
  author={Vincent Lubrano and Franck-Emmanuel Roux and Jean-François D{\'e}monet},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={101 5},
  pages={
          787-98
        }
}
OBJECT The aim of this study was to determine whether cortical areas involved in the writing process are associated with reading or naming areas in patients undergoing surgery for brain tumors in frontal areas. This study was undertaken to spare all language areas found in patients during surgery. METHODS Fourteen patients (eight women and six men [mean age 47 years] of whom 12 were right handed, two left handed, 12 monolingual, and two bilingual) who harbored brain tumors in the left (11… CONTINUE READING

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