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How do those with dysphasia talk?

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Dr. Marlis Gonzalez fernandez
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

In brief: It depends

Those with dysphasia (also called aphasia) can have various problems with speaking depending on the area of the brain affected since different parts of the brain control different language functions.
Speech therapy helps people improve. This term is often confused with dysphagia (swallowing problem).

In brief: It depends

Those with dysphasia (also called aphasia) can have various problems with speaking depending on the area of the brain affected since different parts of the brain control different language functions.
Speech therapy helps people improve. This term is often confused with dysphagia (swallowing problem).
Dr. Marlis Gonzalez fernandez
Dr. Marlis Gonzalez fernandez
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Dr. Benjamin Nguyen
Anesthesiology

In brief: Normally

Dysphagia is difficultly swallowing.
Patients may speak normally, or some patients may have a hoarse voice for vocal cord irritation.

In brief: Normally

Dysphagia is difficultly swallowing.
Patients may speak normally, or some patients may have a hoarse voice for vocal cord irritation.
Dr. Benjamin Nguyen
Dr. Benjamin Nguyen
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