Aphasia type, age and cerebral infarct localisation View Full Text


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DATE

1997-08

AUTHORS

J. M. Ferro, Sofia Madureira

ABSTRACT

Stroke patients with nonfluent aphasia tend to be younger than fluent aphasics. We investigated whether this difference was due to an age-related change in the anatomicofunctional organisation of language areas or to an age-dependent variation on the distribution of infarct localisation. From a hospital prospective stroke database we selected those patients who suffered an ischaemic stroke with at least one non-lacunar infarct demonstrated by computed tomography (n = 423 patients). We retrieved information on language disturbance in the acute phase (no aphasia, non-fluent aphasia, fluent aphasia) and on infarct localisation by CT. Non-fluent aphasia predominated in young (aged < 51 years) patients while in elderly patients (aged > 70 years) the opposite was found (chi 2 = 8.03; P = 0.005). Posterior infarcts were also more frequent in elderly patients (chi 2 = 9.9; P = 0.002). There were 27 atypical cases (patients with lesions on language areas without aphasia) and 14 aphasics with atypical infarct localisation (9 fluent aphasics with anterior lesions and 5 non-fluent aphasics with posterior lesions). The proportions of atypical cases, their infarct location or fluency type were not influenced by age. It was concluded that the predominance of fluent aphasia in older patients was related to the higher proportion of posterior infarcts in these patients. The hypothesis of age-related changes in the anatomico-functional organisation of language areas was not supported by the present data. More... »

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505-509

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