Alexia Without Agraphia in a Case of Stroke


50-year old gentleman presented with acute onset inability to read (alexia). However, he was able to write (he had no agraphia). On dictation, he could write on paper, however, he was not able to read what he had written. This clinical syndrome is called “alexia without agraphia” or pure alexia. MRI brain showed an acuteContinue reading “Alexia Without Agraphia in a Case of Stroke”