What does Aphasia mean in medical terms ?
Aphasia occurs after damage to the cerebral hemisphere from stroke, stroke, brain trauma, and head injury accidents. Other causes of brain damage include brain tumors, brain infections, and other conditions that affect the brain.
Speaking, comprehension, writing and reading skills seriously deteriorate as a result of damage to the speaking center. Types of aphasia can vary according to the location and severity of the damage in the brain. The main problem with fluent (Wernicke) aphasia is the difficulty in understanding. In a restless (Broca) aphasia, the patient has difficulty expressing himself or finding and saying the words he wants to say. Neurological speech disorders such as dysarthria or speech apraxia may accompany aphasia.