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Left hemianomia of musical symbols caused by callosal infarction
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    Bowing hand precedes the fingering hand by IHTT

    Dear Editor I am pleased to read the comments by Dr. Derakhshan of 27 August, 2008. I would like to reply some questions in following paragraphs.

    First, Dr. Derakhshan wrote that it was hard to understand that the sensory defects of our patient were detected on the right side of the body by the callosal infarction, and this might have been a typographical or clerical error. If you mentioned the somaesthetic...

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    Bowing hand precedes the fingering hand by IHTT

    Dear Editor,

    I recently read the article by Satoh and colleagues (1) with great interest and have the following question and comments for authors. Their right handed violinist patient became unable to coordinate the movements of bowing and fingering hands as a result of a callosal infarct affecting the entire anterior aspect of the callosum per MRI. From what appears in the figure, as published, the splenium per...

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