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MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), showing a cross section of the brain of a patient with the acute onset of a Brocas aphasia (the inability to verbalize language). This function is usually found in the left side of the brain in a region where stroke occured (the left frontal operculum). With MRI we can diagnose strokes with special images within minutes after the onset of symptoms.
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