Two posterior neuropsychological syndromes revisited

Walsh, K.W.

Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 161(Suppl): 121-130

1990


ISSN/ISBN: 0040-8727
PMID: 2082494
DOI: 10.1620/tjem.161.supplement_121
Accession: 007975368

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Abstract
Of the higher disorders associated with posterior cerebral lesions two have received considerable attention in the past decade. These are prosopagnosia, the so-called agonsia for faces, and alexia without agraphia. Major aspects of these disorders are reviewed briefly.