Bibliografía

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  • Naeser M et al. Improved picture naming in chronic aphasia after TMS to part of right broca´s area: An open-protocol study. Brain and language 2005b;93:95-105.

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  • Rosen HJ et al. Neural correlates of recovery from aphasia after damage to left inferior frontal cortex. Neurology. 2000;55:1883-1894.

  • Naeser MA et al. Overt proprositional speech in chronic non fluent aphasia studied with the dynamic  susceptibility contrast fMRI method. Neuroimage. 2004;22:29-41.

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  • Naeser MA et al. Severe non fluency  in aphasia. Role of medial subcallosal fasciculus and other white matter pathways in recovery of spontaneous speech. Brain 1989;112 ( Pt 1 ):1-38.

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