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What is the difference between these stroke speech abnormalities?
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Dr. Shadi Abu Halimah
Surgery - Vascular
In brief: Two types
Two types depending on which part of the brain is affected or sometimes they can happen together. One is expressive or motor aphasia where patient can understand words but can not or have difficulty expressing himself or talking.
Second is receptive or sensory aphasia where patient talk but does not make sence. Some other types like anomia where patient has difficulty naming. Also global or mixed.

In brief: Two types
Two types depending on which part of the brain is affected or sometimes they can happen together. One is expressive or motor aphasia where patient can understand words but can not or have difficulty expressing himself or talking.
Second is receptive or sensory aphasia where patient talk but does not make sence. Some other types like anomia where patient has difficulty naming. Also global or mixed.
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