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Pathology speech (aphasia)

Under aphasia (from the Greek. Well - denial, phasis - speech) refers to a speech disorder characterized by the complete or partial loss of the ability to understand someone else's speech or use words and phrases to express their thoughts. The appearance of aphasia due to lesions of the cortex of the dominant hemisphere of the brain in the absence of articulation disorders and hearing apparatus. In practice, the following stand out the most common forms of aphasia. Aphemia manifested impairment of ability to name objects while still allowing them to characterize. If the patient suggest the initial syllable or letter, he can remem
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