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[Binswanger's subcortical encephalopathy. Study of a case with predominant left hemispheric lesion (author's transl)].
Rev Neurol (Paris) 1979; 135(10):665-78RN

Abstract

We report the clinical and pathological study of a patient with vascular leucoencephalopathy almost restricted to the left posterior hemisphere. A 65 year--old right handed hypertensive woman has presented with a neuropsychological symptomatology of transcortical sensorial aphasia. We discuss the following points: 1) the patient's disease must be considered as Binswanger's subcortical encephalopathy despite the asymetric topography of the lesions ; 2) particular hemodynamic cerebral factors has possibly determined the asymetric nature of the disease ; 3) a lesion of the left temporo-parieto-occipital area that was strictly sub-cortical, with complete destruction of the posterior part of the arcuate fasciculus has presented with the clinical picture of a transcortical sensorial aphasia.

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fre

PubMed ID

538384

Citation

Cherif, A A., et al. "[Binswanger's Subcortical Encephalopathy. Study of a Case With Predominant Left Hemispheric Lesion (author's Transl)]." Revue Neurologique, vol. 135, no. 10, 1979, pp. 665-78.
Cherif AA, Labrecque R, Pellissier JF, et al. [Binswanger's subcortical encephalopathy. Study of a case with predominant left hemispheric lesion (author's transl)]. Rev Neurol (Paris). 1979;135(10):665-78.
Cherif, A. A., Labrecque, R., Pellissier, J. F., Poncet, M., & Boudouresques, J. (1979). [Binswanger's subcortical encephalopathy. Study of a case with predominant left hemispheric lesion (author's transl)]. Revue Neurologique, 135(10), pp. 665-78.
Cherif AA, et al. [Binswanger's Subcortical Encephalopathy. Study of a Case With Predominant Left Hemispheric Lesion (author's Transl)]. Rev Neurol (Paris). 1979;135(10):665-78. PubMed PMID: 538384.
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