A case of unilateral opercular syndrome associated with a subcortical lesion
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- Posteraro, L., Pezzoni, F., Varalda, E. et al. J Neurol (1991) 238: 337. doi:10.1007/BF00315334
A patient who developed a unilateral opercular syndrome following a cerebrovascular accident is described. Computed tomography showed that the lesion did not affect the opercular cortex, but involved deep white matter and the head of the caudate nucleus of the left hemisphere. Persistent hypophonia and transient aphasia were associated. Comparison with previous cases is discussed.
Key wordsOpercular syndrome Aphasia Hypophonia Computed tomography
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