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Is aphasia a symptom of hemorrhagic stroke?

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Dr. Georgianne Snowden
Radiology - Interventional
4 doctors agree

In brief: It's possible

Aphasia (inability to speak or understand speech) is caused by damage (ischemia or hemorrhage- bleeding) to certain parts of the brain (usually on the left brain for right handed patients) that control speaking and understanding speech.
Tumors in those areas can also affect speech.

In brief: It's possible

Aphasia (inability to speak or understand speech) is caused by damage (ischemia or hemorrhage- bleeding) to certain parts of the brain (usually on the left brain for right handed patients) that control speaking and understanding speech.
Tumors in those areas can also affect speech.
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Dr. Atif Haque
Neurosurgery
2 doctors agree

In brief: Possibly

Aphasia can occur when certain parts of the dominant hemisphere are injured, such as with a stroke, either hemorrhagic or ischemic.
Different types of aphasias can be localized to different parts of the brain.

In brief: Possibly

Aphasia can occur when certain parts of the dominant hemisphere are injured, such as with a stroke, either hemorrhagic or ischemic.
Different types of aphasias can be localized to different parts of the brain.
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