—We thank Bogousslavsky1 for calling to our attention the previous reports of cases similar to ours2 that appeared in the French-language literature.3,4 We regret having overlooked them, but we did not forget them. It would be interesting to know if those patients showed the same excellent recovery of speech and language, as Hyman and I reported for
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