MCQ Neurology 17

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An infarct causing mutism or dysfluency with little or no difficulty in verbal comprehension is likely to be secondary to occlusion of the :

a) Anterior Choroidal Artery
b) Anterior Cerebral Artery
c) Superior division of the MCA territory
d) Inferior division of the MCA territory
e) stem of the MCA territory

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