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Do you struggle to recognise national flags? Might there be bilateral lesions in your fusiform gyri? Have you fallen victim to a non-dominant hemisphere posterior circulation stroke? Perhaps you just have undetected colour blindness? Or could the explanation be more prosaic, and relate to the fact that some countries use very similar …
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