expressive aphasia


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Related to expressive aphasia: receptive aphasia, Wernicke's aphasia
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Synonyms for expressive aphasia

aphasia in which expression by speech or writing is severely impaired

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Individuals with expressive aphasia are typically able to understand what is being communicated to them, but have difficulty or are unable to respond either verbally or in writing.
His speech showed apraxia, dysarthria, and expressive aphasia.
Following the broadly used dichotomic classification (Weisenburg & McBride, 1935) of productive or expressive aphasia (Hebert, Racette, Gagnon, & Peretz, 2003), and receptive or comprehension aphasia (Francis, Clark, & Humphreys, 2003), the group of aphasic patients was divided into two groups, those showing production problems (productive aphasia group) and those with comprehension problems (receptive aphasia group).
It is worth appreciation as authors have pointed out that "there is paucity of literature on post-cerebral malaria expressive aphasia in children from Indian subcontinent and neurological deficits are known to be higher in children than adults, in cerebral malaria.
Pronounced neurological manifestations of his present illness included confusion, expressive aphasia, and impaired coordination.
Her rehabilitation has been complicated by a massive left-sided stroke which left her completely paralyzed on the right with profound expressive aphasia.
He had previously suffered a stroke and had some expressive aphasia, but was able to communicate his condition to his daughter, who relayed the information to the emergency room receptionist.
A 70 year old male was admitted to NSH with a two week history of intermittent confusion, occipital headache, nausea, vomiting and periods of expressive aphasia.
Neurologic sequelae were seen in five children (16%) in the ICE group, and included one case each of the following: diplopia, hemiparesis, loss of vision, expressive aphasia, and cognitive and speech deficit.
Neurologic sequelae were observed in five children in the ICE group, and included one case each of the following: diplopia, hemiparesis, loss of vision, expressive aphasia, and cognitive and speech deficit.
Expressive aphasia refers to a disorder in your speaking, communicating verbally, or sometimes emotionally.
Findings on neurologic examination were within normal limits except for mild nuchal rigidity and some mild expressive aphasia.