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1991

AUTHORS

J. M. Ferro, Isabel P. Martins

TITLE

Type of Aphasia and Lesions’ Localization

ABSTRACT

We studied a series of 33 children with acquired aphasia to determine the relation between type of aphasia and lesion site. There were 17 males and 16 females. Age of onset ranged from 1.8 to 15 years. Etiology was variable (14 trauma, 13 vascular, 4 infectious and 2 tumors). Mutism was very common in the acute phase, specially in vascular and traumatic cases and was associated predominantly with frontal or subcortical lesions. We found all types of aphasia that have been described in adults but younger children had predominantly non fluent types. Lesions localization was related to fluency, impaired comprehension and type of aphasia in the same way known for adults. This study suggests that the intrahemispheric specialization for language is established early in life.

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