Isolated left posterior insular infarction and convergent roles in verbal fluency, language, memory, and executive function
The posterior insular cortex-a complex structure interconnecting various brain regions for different functions-is a rare location for ischemic stroke. We report a patient with isolated left posterior insular infarction who presented with multiple cognitive impairment, including impairment in semantic and phonemic verbal fluency.
Proceedings (Baylor University. Medical Center)
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Julayanont, Parunyou; Ruthirago, Doungporn; and DeToledo, John C., "Isolated left posterior insular infarction and convergent roles in verbal fluency, language, memory, and executive function" (2016). Neurology. 1238.