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Case of Ataxic Aphasia, with Autopsy

  • W. Julius Mickle (a1)

Ataxic Aphasia; no agraphia; incomplete dextral hemiplegia; dementia. Autopsy. Cerebral arteries greatly thickened; left middle cerebral artery degenerated; lesion of left corpus striatum; no gross lesion of frontal convolutions, or of insula on either side.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Case of Ataxic Aphasia, with Autopsy

  • W. Julius Mickle (a1)
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