Studies of rCBF on Neuropsychological Disorders Caused by Acute Cerebrovascular Accidents in the Major Hemisphere
Aphasia is a very common clinical sign in acute cerebral circulation disorders of the major hemisphere. Furthermore, the differentiation of several types of aphasia allows a topographical diagnosis in respect to occlusions in the middle cerebral artery and its branches. Such relationships were described in previous papers.
KeywordsMiddle Cerebral Artery Arterial Occlusion Motor Aphasia Carotid Angiography Sensory Aphasia
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