Journal Article

The pathology of sensory aphasia, with an analysis of fifty cases in which Broca's centre was not diseased. By M. Allen Starr, MD. <i>Brain</i> 1889: 12; 82–99; <i>with</i> A remarkable case of aphasia. Acute and complete destruction by embolic softening of the left motor-vocal speech centre (Broca's convolution), in a right-handed man: transient motor aphasia, marked inability to name objects and especially persons, considerable agraphia and slight word-blindness. By Byron Bramwell, MD. <i>Brain</i> 1898: 21; 343–373; <i>and</i> Recent work on aphasia. By James Collier, MD. <i>Brain</i> 1909: 31; 523–549.

Jan van Gijn

in Brain

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Volume 130, issue 5, pages 1175-1177
Published in print May 2007 | ISSN: 0006-8950
Published online May 2007 | e-ISSN: 1460-2156 | DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/brain/awm091
The pathology of sensory aphasia, with an analysis of fifty cases in which Broca's centre was not diseased. By M. Allen Starr, MD. Brain 1889: 12; 82–99; with A remarkable case of aphasia. Acute and complete destruction by embolic softening of the left motor-vocal speech centre (Broca's convolution), in a right-handed man: transient motor aphasia, marked inability to name objects and especially persons, considerable agraphia and slight word-blindness. By Byron Bramwell, MD. Brain 1898: 21; 343–373; and Recent work on aphasia. By James Collier, MD. Brain 1909: 31; 523–549.

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Subjects: Neurology ; Neuroscience

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