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MRI Fluent Aphasia

Last updated on Monday, July 8 2013 by jdmiles

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MRI Fluent Aphasia
This is a diffusion-weighted MRI image of the brain. The bright areas in this image represent regions of recent cerebral infarction. This person suffers from fluent aphasia (that is, Wernicke type aphasia) as a result of the ischemic stroke.