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Anomia.. can anyone answer that?

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A lesion in which of the following area is most likely to result in Anomia?

a-  Cingulate gyrus

b-  Angular gyrus

c-  Fusiform gyrus

d-  Pre central gyrus

e-  Inferior temporal gyrus

 

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angular gyrus... Posterior lesions involving parietal cortex, particularly of the angular gyrus, can produce quite pronounced anomia for visually recognized objects and may be associated with alexia

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2 hours ago, jasonhptan said:

angular gyrus... Posterior lesions involving parietal cortex, particularly of the angular gyrus, can produce quite pronounced anomia for visually recognized objects and may be associated with alexia

perfect. thanks

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