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1 April, 00:02

Bill was admitted to the hospital last week after he fell. When Bill's son visited, he found his father was unable to get words out in a smooth, connected fashion. If Bill's difficulty speaking is due to brain damage, what is the likely location of the damage?

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  1. 1 April, 01:15
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    The Broca area

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    The Broca area is the part of the brain around the inferior frontal gyrus containing the neurons which is used for speech function. This part was named after Pierre Paul Broca who discovered that that part of the brain was connected to human speech function during a study of two patients who had injury in that part of the brain.
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