Coprolalia in aphasic patients with stroke: a longitudinal observation from the BLAS2T database

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Coprolalia in aphasic patients with stroke : a longitudinal observation from the BLAS2T database. / BLAS2T (Bilingual Aphasia in Stroke-Study Team).

I: Neurocase, Vol. 23, Nr. 5-6, 2017, s. 249-262.

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BLAS2T (Bilingual Aphasia in Stroke-Study Team). / Coprolalia in aphasic patients with stroke : a longitudinal observation from the BLAS2T database. I: Neurocase. 2017 ; Vol. 23, Nr. 5-6. s. 249-262.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Coprolalia in aphasic patients with stroke

T2 - Neurocase

AU - Afshangian, Fazlallah

AU - Nami, Mohammad

AU - Abolhasani Foroughi, Amin

AU - Rahimi, Amir

AU - Husak, Ryan

AU - Fabbro, Franco

AU - Tomasino, Barbara

AU - Kremer, Christine

AU - BLAS2T (Bilingual Aphasia in Stroke-Study Team)

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

N2 - The BLAS2T (bilingual aphasia in stroke-study team) initiative has been a multi-center attempt to investigate longitudinal changes in language function in a cohort of stroke subjects. This report discusses linguistic performance in four cases from the BLAS2T database who demonstrated coprolalia as an irresistible urge to say obscene words.  Coprolalia was found to partly resolve in a 30-day follow-up in three cases. Recognition of coprolalia and language recovery patterns in bilingual aphasic patients with stroke would potentially lead to their even better individualized care and neurolinguistic/cognitive rehabilitation.

AB - The BLAS2T (bilingual aphasia in stroke-study team) initiative has been a multi-center attempt to investigate longitudinal changes in language function in a cohort of stroke subjects. This report discusses linguistic performance in four cases from the BLAS2T database who demonstrated coprolalia as an irresistible urge to say obscene words.  Coprolalia was found to partly resolve in a 30-day follow-up in three cases. Recognition of coprolalia and language recovery patterns in bilingual aphasic patients with stroke would potentially lead to their even better individualized care and neurolinguistic/cognitive rehabilitation.

KW - bilingual aphasia

KW - BLAST

KW - Coprolalia

KW - linguistic performance

KW - stroke

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85031423497&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1080/13554794.2017.1387274

DO - 10.1080/13554794.2017.1387274

M3 - Article

VL - 23

SP - 249

EP - 262

JO - Neurocase

JF - Neurocase

SN - 1465-3656

IS - 5-6

ER -