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FOCAL LESIONS OF THE CORTEX OF THE LEFT ANGULAR GYRUS IN TWO CASES OF LATE CATATONIA
E. E. SOUTHARD; M. M. CANAVAN
Am J Psychiatry 1916;72:553-580-3.
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State Board of Insanity; Psychopathic Hxsospital Boston, Mass.; Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.

Massachusetts State Board of Insanity

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I. Introduction.Relation of the two angular gyrus cases to previous anatomical work on dementia pr├Žox.Former work did not include focally destructive lesions."Late" catatonia and presenile psychoses.Arteriosclerotic mental disease.Melancholia.Campbell on parietal lobes, angular gyrus.Question of visual function of angular gyrus.Alexia and the angular gyrus.Conjugate deviation.II. Case A.Clinical history.Autopsy.Microscopic study of focal arteriosclerotic lesion of angular gyrus.III. Case B.Clinical history.Autopsy.Miscroscopic study of solitary tubercie of angular gyrus.IV. Summary.V. Conclusions.

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