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Brain Region Explains Why Aphasia Patients Can Understand Written, But Not Spoken Words

News   Mar 22, 2019 | Original Press Release from Northwestern University

 
Brain Region Explains Why Aphasia Patients Can Understand Written, But Not Spoken Words

An MRI brain scan from a patient in the study. Credit: Northwestern University

 
 
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