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Thirty-two patients (mean age 53.9±12.4 years) with prior stroke were examined to clarify the pattern and degree of cognitive impairments depending on the site of a lesion. A control group comprised 32 subjects (mean age 52.1ё12.9 years) without nervous system pathology. The authors made a complete clinical study to evaluate the neurological and mental status, a standardized interview, and A.R. Luria's neuropsychological tests. The patients with prior stroke were found to have lower values ofdoi:10.14412/2074-2711-2010-68 fatcat:2gvss4bzhvas5livt4zlrgpzay