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All main topics / Medicine / Anatomy / Anatomy 7, 8
lesions of the dominant left frontal lobe can cause three things. list them.

• Paroxysmal (i.e. short, frequent) jerking movements in a contralateral limb, known as  simple motor or Jacksonian seizures
• contralateral hemiplegia, with weakness of the face and upper motor neuron signs in the limb
• Broca's aphasia with difficulty producing brief utterances, paraphasia (word errors) and poor
articulation. Word repetition is impaired, but comprehension preserved. Alexia and agraphia
(complete inability to read or write) may present.
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Author: Schnuschnax
Main topic: Medicine
Topic: Anatomy
Published: 17.02.2010




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