. . . it may be suggested that persistent convulsive discharge in brain tissue largely concerned with linguistic communication results in the functional ablation of these areas for normal linguistic behavior.—William M. Landau, MD, and Frank R. Kleffner, PhD1
From the personal perspective of attaining three score and seven and the condition of Status Eponymicus, I can find no basis for ego gratification.—William M. Landau, MD2
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