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Category specific recall in acute stroke : a case with letter speech

Miet De Letter (UGent) , John Van Borsel (UGent) , Ellen Lanckmans (UGent) , Katja Batens (UGent) , Dimitri Hemelsoet (UGent) , Wouter Duyck (UGent) , Wim Fias (UGent) and Patrick Santens (UGent)
(2019) NEUROCASE. 25(6). p.251-258
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Category selective recall in spontaneous speech after stroke has been reported only rarely. We recently described three cases demonstrating transient number speech in the acute stage of left hemispheric stroke and hypothesized a link with multilingualism and mathematical proficiency. In this report, we describe a similar case with a transient episode of utterances of randomly selected letters. Like in the three previous cases, this episode was preceded by a brief stage of mutism and ultimately evolved to Wernicke?s aphasia over a period of days. This phenomenon is reviewed with reference to linguistic models and neuroanatomic and neurophysiological correlates.
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Letter speech, multilingualism, jargon aphasia, stroke, CROSS-LINGUISTIC GENERALIZATION, SEMANTIC NAMING TREATMENT, CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE, MEMORY, ORGANIZATION, APHASIA, BILINGUALISM, BRAIN

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De Letter, Miet, et al. “Category Specific Recall in Acute Stroke : A Case with Letter Speech.” NEUROCASE, vol. 25, no. 6, 2019, pp. 251–58.
APA
De Letter, M., Van Borsel, J., Lanckmans, E., Batens, K., Hemelsoet, D., Duyck, W., … Santens, P. (2019). Category specific recall in acute stroke : a case with letter speech. NEUROCASE, 25(6), 251–258.
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De Letter, Miet, John Van Borsel, Ellen Lanckmans, Katja Batens, Dimitri Hemelsoet, Wouter Duyck, Wim Fias, and Patrick Santens. 2019. “Category Specific Recall in Acute Stroke : A Case with Letter Speech.” NEUROCASE 25 (6): 251–58.
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De Letter, Miet, John Van Borsel, Ellen Lanckmans, Katja Batens, Dimitri Hemelsoet, Wouter Duyck, Wim Fias, and Patrick Santens. 2019. “Category Specific Recall in Acute Stroke : A Case with Letter Speech.” NEUROCASE 25 (6): 251–258.
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De Letter M, Van Borsel J, Lanckmans E, Batens K, Hemelsoet D, Duyck W, et al. Category specific recall in acute stroke : a case with letter speech. NEUROCASE. 2019;25(6):251–8.
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M. De Letter et al., “Category specific recall in acute stroke : a case with letter speech,” NEUROCASE, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 251–258, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Category selective recall in spontaneous speech after stroke has been reported only rarely. We recently described three cases demonstrating transient number speech in the acute stage of left hemispheric stroke and hypothesized a link with multilingualism and mathematical proficiency. In this report, we describe a similar case with a transient episode of utterances of randomly selected letters. Like in the three previous cases, this episode was preceded by a brief stage of mutism and ultimately evolved to Wernicke?s aphasia over a period of days. This phenomenon is reviewed with reference to linguistic models and neuroanatomic and neurophysiological correlates.},
  author       = {De Letter, Miet and Van Borsel, John and Lanckmans, Ellen and Batens, Katja and Hemelsoet, Dimitri and Duyck, Wouter and Fias, Wim and Santens, Patrick},
  issn         = {1355-4794},
  journal      = {NEUROCASE},
  keywords     = {Letter speech,multilingualism,jargon aphasia,stroke,CROSS-LINGUISTIC GENERALIZATION,SEMANTIC NAMING TREATMENT,CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE,MEMORY,ORGANIZATION,APHASIA,BILINGUALISM,BRAIN},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {251--258},
  title        = {Category specific recall in acute stroke : a case with letter speech},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13554794.2019.1673440},
  volume       = {25},
  year         = {2019},
}

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