PMID: 108612May 1, 1979

Aphasia: the sole manifestation of focal status epilepticus

Neurology
N G Hamilton, T Matthews

Abstract

Aphasia was the sole manifestation of focal status epilepticus in a man with an old left frontal contusion. The diagnosis was made by electroencephalogram (EEG), and the attack was terminated by anticonvulsant medication.

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