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A Clinical Review of Aphasia

Gyanendra kumar Gupta, Gagan Devi


Aphasia is a very commonest clinical presentation of stroke. Aphasia is a disturbance of comprehension and formulation of language caused by dysfunction in specific brain regions. It can be caused by virtually and neurologic insult that affect cerebral hemisphere. Most cases are caused by stroke, head injury, cerebral tumours, or degenerative dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease.



Aphasia, Neurologic, Cerebral Hemisphere, Cerebral Tumours and Alzheimer’s disease

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