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Unilateral Auditory Radiation and/or Auditory Cortex Lesions and Perception

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to evaluate auditory central processing in patients with unilateral auditory radiation or auditory cortex lesions using nonsense monosyllables for speech discrimination, the dichotic listening test, and the Token test for auditory comprehension.

Keywords

Left Hemisphere Auditory Cortex Auditory Comprehension Auditory Central Processing Secondary Auditory Cortex 
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