RAMONA MIHAELA NEDELCUTA, GIGI CALIN, VLAD DUMITRU BALEANU, DRAGOS VIRGIL DAVITOIU, DANIEL IULIAN VOICULESCU, CECIL SORIN MIREA, TIBERIU STEFANITA TENEA COJAN, BOGDAN SOCEA, DRAGOS OVIDIU ALEXANDRU, COSMIN ALEXANDRU CIORA, MIHAI RELU STANESCU, RADU STANESCU BROCA’S AREA AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS IN THE CHILD
Language, the second signaling system, complexly integrates the body into the environment, assures interference with fellows, and modulates the thoughts and feelings to be communicated to others. The embryonic development of the encephalus is performed early on days 16-20 and determines the appearance of the neuroenteric canal and the appearance of the tridermic embryonic disc. The sketch of the Broca area has been researched from anatomopathological point of view, following a study carried out on fetal brain samples taken postpartum, shows that the sketches of the future Broca area are observed in gestation at week 23. Neural migration and glial cell distribution reveal the existence of a detectable neuroblasts reservoir, beginning at week 18, with exuberant evolution to a organized histoarchitectonics at 20-23 week. The premises of a future impairment in the development of the Broca area and, implicitly, of language can be established early in fetal life.