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Apraxia of speech A complete story

apraxia a complete story

What is apraxia of speech? Apraxia of speech (AOS)—also defined as assimilated apraxia of speech, verbal apraxia, or childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) when detected in children—is a speech sound illness. Somebody with AOS faces difficulty in speaking what he or she wishes to speak appropriately and continuously. AOS is ...

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Introduction to Dysphagia a Swallowing Disorders

Introduction to Dysphagia a Swallowing Disorders

Introduction to Dysphagia Swallowing Disorders Swallowing Disorders We observe in our daily routine that many persons face difficulty in swallowing. Dysphagia is a common disorder among all age groups but more common in older people. The word Dysphagia means to face trouble in passing food grains or liquid from mouth ...

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A complete discussion on Broca’s Aphasia

Broca’s Aphasia

A complete discussion on Broca’s Aphasia Broca’s Aphasia patients must have difficulties in speaking fluently, but their ability to understand may be better and reliable as compared to speaking difficulties. Grammar and word comprehension are not just related to our teacher’s/society or parental training or skills. It’s also a biological ...

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All You Need to Know About Wernicke’s Aphasia

All You Need to Know About Wernicke’s Aphasia

What is Wernicke’s Aphasia? Aphasias are brain abnormalities that affect a person’s communication skills, predominantly speech. Wernicke’s Aphasia causes trouble in speaking incomprehensible sentences or understanding others’ speech. Wernicke’s Aphasia is the most common kind of fluent aphasia. It befalls when the left middle side of the brain becomes injured ...

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What You Should Know About Global Aphasia

What You Should Know About Global Aphasia

Introduction of Global Aphasia Global aphasia is an illness caused by impairment to the portions of the brain that govern language. Its patient may only be capable of yielding and comprehending a trickle of words. Most of the time, people can’t read or write. The most common reasons are: Stroke ...

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Aphasia and its Effects on Brain Areas

Aphasia and its Effects on Brain

Aphasia and its Effects on Brain Areas   What is Aphasia and its Effects on Brain Areas In this article, we will be talking about Aphasia and its Effects on Brain Areas. Before we dig deep into the article, it is mandatory to introduce our topic for this article. Aphasia ...

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