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Inhibition et flexibilité langagières dans les gliomes de bas grade : évaluation pré- et postopératoire

Abstract : Even though cognitive disorders are quite understated in low grade gliomas, an executive deficit has been shown, especially within language. Our study aims to demonstrate the consequences of an inhibition and flexibility implication, through an assessment made of seven tasks given to twelve patients and fifty-four controls. The tasks have been chosen to deal with interferential and conflictual situations. The results shed the light on a deficit in these two executive functions in patients, but not in all tasks. They also evidence the influence of the tumor’s hemispherical localization and the heterogeneity of individual profiles regarding the severity of the disorder, the rapidity of postoperative recovery and cerebral plasticity, unrelated to age, education level or gender. This study shows the interest of assessing more accurately patients with an executive disorder in LGG though specific linguistic anatomo-functional tasks.
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Zoé Deville, Johanna Meynier. Inhibition et flexibilité langagières dans les gliomes de bas grade : évaluation pré- et postopératoire. Sciences cognitives. 2014. ⟨dumas-01077398⟩

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