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Disease Aphasia

Name Aphasia
Synonyms Acquired Aphasia | Ageusic Aphasia | Ageusic Aphasias | Alogia | Alogias | Anepia | Anepias | Aphasia, Acquired | Aphasia, Ageusic | Aphasia, Auditory Discriminatory | Aphasia, Commisural | Aphasia, Functional | Aphasia, Global | Aphasia, Graphomotor | Aphasia, Intellectual | Aphasia, Mixed | Aphasia, Post Ictal | Aphasia, Post-Ictal | Aphasia, Post Traumatic | Aphasia, Post-Traumatic | Aphasia, Progressive | Aphasias, Ageusic | Aphasias, Auditory Discriminatory | Aphasias, Commisural | Aphasia, Semantic | Aphasias, Functional | Aphasias, Global | Aphasias, Graphomotor | Aphasias, Intellectual | Aphasias, Mixed | Aphasias, Post-Ictal | Aphasias, Post-Traumatic | Aphasias, Progressive | Aphasias, Semantic | Aphasias, Syntactical | Aphasia, Syntactical | Auditory Discriminatory Aphasia | Auditory Discriminatory Aphasias | Commisural Aphasia | Commisural Aphasias | Dejerine Lichtheim Phenomenon | Dejerine-Lichtheim Phenomenon | Discriminatory Aphasia, Auditory | Discriminatory Aphasias, Auditory | Dysphasia | Dysphasia, Global | Dysphasias, Global | Functional Aphasia | Functional Aphasias | Global Aphasia | Global Aphasias | Global Dysphasia | Global Dysphasias | Graphomotor Aphasia | Graphomotor Aphasias | Intellectual Aphasia | Intellectual Aphasias | Lichtheim Sign | Lichtheim's Sign | Lichtheims Sign | Logagnosia | Logagnosias | Logamnesia | Logamnesias | Logasthenia | Logasthenias | Mixed Aphasia | Mixed Aphasias | Phenomenon, Dejerine-Lichtheim | Post-Ictal Aphasia | Post-Ictal Aphasias | Post-Traumatic Aphasia | Post-Traumatic Aphasias | Progressive Aphasia | Progressive Aphasias | Semantic Aphasia | Semantic Aphasias | Sign, Lichtheim's | Syntactical Aphasia | Syntactical Aphasias
Definition A cognitive disorder marked by an impaired ability to comprehend or express language in its written or spoken form. This condition is caused by diseases which affect the language areas of the dominant hemisphere. Clinical features are used to classify the various subtypes of this condition. General categories include receptive, expressive, and mixed forms of aphasia.
Categories Nervous system disease | Signs and symptoms
MeSH® ID D001037

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1. DiseasesNervous System Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Neurologic Manifestations Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Neurobehavioral Manifestations Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Communication Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Language Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Speech Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Aphasia Has associated chemicals Has associated genes
2. DiseasesPathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Signs and Symptoms Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Neurologic Manifestations Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Neurobehavioral Manifestations Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Communication Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Language Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Speech Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Aphasia Has associated chemicals Has associated genes

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Aphasia Has associated chemicals Has associated genes
  Aphasia, Broca Has associated chemicals Has associated genes
  Aphasia, Conduction
View node Aphasia, Primary Progressive
  Aphasia, Wernicke
  Dysphasia, Familial Developmental