Global Aphasia - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
N.F. Dronkers, J.V. Baldo, in Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2009. Global Aphasia. Global aphasia is the most severe of all aphasia subtypes, with significant impairments across all aspects of language, namely impaired speech, comprehension, repetition, naming, reading, and writing. Patients with global aphasia may be able to utter automatic or stereotypic responses (e.g., “yes” and “no ...
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