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Neuro Inferior Frontal Gyrus Stroke!

A patient suffers a hemorrhagic stroke. If the location of the stroke is within the inferior frontal gyrus, which of the following would this person would be expected to have?
A. Sensory aphasia with poor comprehension
B. Personality changes and deficit in judgment
C. Hearing loss
D. Spatial neglect syndrome
E. Motor aphasia with good comprehension
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Default Stroke @ inferior temporal gyrus

Broca's Area (Inf. Temp. Gyrus) = Broken mouth-> motor aphasia but comprehension intact, so E
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E. Motor aphasia with good comprehension. It is Broca's aphasia (inf frontal lobe).
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motor aphasia with normal comprehension. E
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The correct answer is E.
The inferior frontal gyrus is the location of Broca’s area. This area is the center for motor (expressive) speech. A lesion in Broca’s area will result in motor aphasia but good comprehension.
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