Aphasia (Difficulty Speaking or Comprehending Language)

Aphasia, or the loss of ability to deal with language, has four main types: expressive aphasia (person can't say what they mean), receptive aphasia (information can go in, but can't be processed by the brain), anomic aphasia (person can't use the right words), and global aphasia (person can't deal with language in any form).

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