John Libbey Eurotext

Wada testing and fMRI in a polyglot evaluated for epilepsy surgery Volume 22, numéro 2, April 2020

Figure 1

Coronal turbo-spin-echo T2-weighted MRI sequence revealing left mesial temporal sclerosis with atrophy and gliotic change.

Figure 2

fMRI activation maps for reading comprehension tasks in English (A), German (B), and French (C). With all three paradigms, there is right-sided BOLD activation in the right superior temporal sulcus (blue arrows), consistent with right-hemispheric dominance. Inferior frontal gyri activation (white arrows) is seen in the right hemisphere only for English (A) and German (B) but in both hemispheres for French (C).