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Various consequences of subcortical stroke. Prospective study of 16 consecutive cases.

Sixteen consecutive cases of subcortical stroke were studied prospectively and systematically. Behavioral and neurological manifestations of different sides, sites, and causes of lesion were evaluated by means of daily, standard observations during the patient's hospitalization and formal testing at monthly intervals thereafter. Language and cognitive impairments were observed following hemorrhagic and nonhemorrhagic strokes to both the left and right thalami and basal ganglia. The patterns were unlike those characteristic of traditional aphasia syndromes. One patient was asymptomatic; four demonstrated only dysarthria or dysarthria with abnormal affect; and 11 displayed a combination of speech, language, and cognitive deficits. Language skills recovered more rapidly and completely than did cognitive skills. Recovery was most dramatic within the first six to eight weeks after onset.

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