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A Review of Focal Cortical Syndromes 

A Review of Focal Cortical Syndromes
A Review of Focal Cortical Syndromes

Kelly D. Flemming

and Richard J. Caselli

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date: 27 September 2021

Recognizing classic focal cortical syndromes is useful in clinical practice to aid in localization and, in some cases, to provide clues to a diagnosis. Classic focal cortical syndromes are reviewed in the neuroscience section in Volume 1 in full detail. Because some of the related neuroanatomy is clinically relevant and may be included in a recertification examination, parts of that section are concisely reviewed in this chapter.

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