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Aphasia: sources and notes

- Semiology of cognitive functions, College of Neurology Teachers.

- Greener J, Enderby P, Whurr R. Pharmacological treatment for aphasia following stroke. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2001, Issue 4. Art. No .: CD000424.

Author: Dr. F. Duncuing-Butlen and Dr. Ada Picard.

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