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Table 1 Demographics and clinical details of participants with aphasia

From: Neural mechanisms underlying the facilitation of naming in aphasia using a semantic task: an fMRI study

  P02 P03 P05 P06 P07 P08
Gender F F M F F F
Age 39 71 59 66 52 59
Education 14 10 13 12 16 10
Time Post-Stroke 12 years; 10 months 14 years; 1 month 3 years; 9 months 6 years; 3 months 3 years; 11 months 2 years; 4 months
Lesion Volume (cm3) 135.68 83.13 39.51 122.09 166.30 22.68
Lesion Involvement IFG (opercularis) Supramarginal Gyrus IFG (opercularis) Middle Frontal Inferior Frontal Superior Temporal
IFG (triangularis) Angular Gyrus Insula Supramarginal Gyrus Middle Frontal Middle Temporal
Middle Frontal Superior Temporal Caudate Nucleus Superior Temporal Superior Frontal Supramarginal Gyrus
Superior Frontal Middle Temporal Putamen Heschl’s Gyrus Rolandic Operculum Hippocampus
Rolandic Operculum Heschl’s Gyrus Hippocampus Insula Insula  
Insula Rolandic Operculum   Rolandic Operculum Superior Temporal  
Cingulate (middle) Insula   Supplementary Motor Heschl’s Gyrus  
Cingulate (anterior) Superior Occipital   Paracentral Lobule Supramarginal Gyrus  
Caudate Nucleus Middle Occipital   Cingulate (middle) Putamen  
Precentral     Precentral  
  Supplementary Motor     Postcentral