Right thalamic lacunar infarction presenting with anomic aphasia

Natanzi, Naveed; Ashourpour, Sogol; Goel, Pedram; Nance, Patricia W.
May 2015
International Journal on Disability & Human Development;May2015, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p193
Academic Journal
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