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  • Aphasia is a disorder caused by damage to the parts of the brain that control language. Expressive aphasia – you know what you want to say, but you have trouble saying or writing what you mean. — “Aphasia - MedlinePlus”, nlm.nih.gov
  • Aphasia — Comprehensive overview covers causes, treatment, coping skills for this communication disorder. — “Aphasia - ”,
  • Aphasia — Comprehensive overview covers causes, treatment, coping skills for this communication disorder. — “ Health Library - Aphasia”,
  • Aphasia is the impairment of language function which results from strokes and other injuries to the language areas of the brain. Over 20% of all people who suffer a stroke develop some form of aphasia. Learn about the most common types of. — “What is Aphasia - Common Aphasias”,
  • Promotes education, research, and services for people with aphasia and their families. Includes facts about the condition, news, and links to support groups. — “National Aphasia Association”,
  • Working to increase awareness of the illness and ensure that survivors of aphasia and their caregivers are aware of and have access to the best possible treatments. — “Aphasia Hope Foundation”,
  • WebMD explains asphasia and how it affects someone's speech and ability to understand language. According to the National Aphasia Association, about 25% to 40% of people who survive stroke get aphasia. — “Aphasia: Types, Causes, Symptoms, Treatments”,
  • Aphasia usually occurs suddenly, often as the result of a stroke or head injury, but it may also develop slowly, as in the case of a brain tumor, an infection, or dementia. The disorder impairs the expression and understanding of language as well as reading and writing. — “Aphasia”, nidcd.nih.gov
  • Aphasia is condition characterized by either partial or total loss of the ability to communicate verbally or using written words. Aphasia is caused by a brain injury, as may occur during a traumatic accident or when the brain is deprived of oxygen during a stroke. — “aphasia - definition of aphasia in the Medical dictionary”, medical-
  • List of 75 disease causes of Aphasia, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Aphasia. Diagnostic checklist, medical tests, doctor questions, and related signs or symptoms for Aphasia. — “Aphasia - ”,
  • Aphasia (pronounced /əˈfeɪʒə/ or pronounced /əˈfeɪziə/), from the Greek root word "aphatos", meaning speechless, is an acquired language disorder in which there is an impairment of any language modality. Traditionally, aphasia suggests the total impairment of language ability, and dysphasia a. — “Aphasia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Aphasia is the partial or total loss of the ability to understand words and use language because of a brain injury. Who gets it? Aphasia often occurs in people who have had a stroke. In fact, 20% of all people who have a stroke each year, develop some type of aphasia. — “Aphasia”, hmc.psu.edu
  • Lingraphica, a communication device for aphasia, apraxia and stroke victims, with a vocabulary of pictures that talk in a natural human voice. Medicare accepted. — “Communication Device for Stroke Victims | Aphasia | Apraxia”,
  • Aphasia can have a devastating effect, isolating the sufferer from the very people who want to help. Help for Dysphasia in the U.K. ADA is the only U.K. charity dedicated solely to supporting people with dysphasia (aphasia) and their care givers. — “Aphasia information for the layperson. Plain english info on”,
  • Aphasia is condition characterized by either partial or total loss of the ability to communicate verbally or using written words. A person with aphasia may have difficulty speaking, reading, writing, recognizing the names of objects, or. — “Aphasia Information on Healthline”,
  • Aphasia is a language disorder that results from damage to the brain. The damage can be from many causes including stroke or brain tumor. There are two types of aphasia, fluent and non-fluent. — “Aphasia symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment on”,
  • aphasia n. Partial or total loss of the ability to articulate ideas or comprehend spoken or written language, resulting from damage to the brain. — “aphasia: Definition from ”,
  • Aphasia information sheet compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). — “Aphasia Information Page: National Institute of Neurological”, ninds.nih.gov
  • Definition of aphasia in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of aphasia. Pronunciation of aphasia. Translations of aphasia. aphasia synonyms, aphasia antonyms. Information about aphasia in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. broca's. — “aphasia - definition of aphasia by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Description of aphasia and the role of the speech-language pathologist in assessment and treatment. — “Aphasia”,
  • Aphasia definition, the loss of a previously held ability to speak or understand spoken or written language, due to disease or injury of the brain. See more. — “Aphasia | Define Aphasia at ”,
  • Overview: Aphasia is an acquired disorder of language due to brain damage. Aphasia does not include (1) developmental disorders of language, often called dysphasia in the United States; (2) purely motor speech disorders, limited to articulation. — “Aphasia: eMedicine Neurology”,

Videos

  • Wernicke's aphasia A patient manifesting classic symptoms of Wernicke's aphasia...
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  • Wernicke's Aphasia Wernicke's aphasia is a neurological disorder typically caused by stroke. It affects the Wernicke's region in the brain's left hemisphere which is reasoned to be responsible for processing of meaning, especially as it relates to verbal communication, hence the problems with speech witnessed in these patients. Credit goes to Neil Carlson's "Foundations of Physiological Behavior".
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  • Wernicke's Aphasia This is a video of a patient with Wernicke's aphasia from the Wisconsin Physiology Dept. www.physiology.wisc.edu
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  • Broca's Aphasia Broca's aphasia is a neurological disorder typically caused by stroke. It affects the Broca's region in the brain's left hemisphere which is responsible for speech production, hence the problems with speech production witnessed in these patients. Credit goes to Neil Carlson's "Foundations of Physiological Behavior".
  • Callosal Apraxia and Aphasia Documentary. Split brain research. Learn about the functions of each hemisphere of the brain. Very interesting. The first woman featured has apraxia (a neurological disorder characterized by loss of the ability to execute or carry out learned purposeful movements, despite having the desire and the physical ability to perform the movements). The second patient in the film has aphasia (a loss of the ability to produce and/or comprehend language, due to injury to brain areas specialized for these functions. It is not a result of deafness or muscle paralysis, and it does not necessarily affect intelligence). Both apraxia and aphasia arise from lesions in the language-dominant hemisphere (which for most people - 95% - is the left hemisphere). Experiments conducted by Scott Johnson-Frey.
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  • Hammerfall - Aphasia Album: Masterpieces(2008) Label: Nuclear Blast Cover of: Europe Lyrics: [Instrumental]
  • Aphasia Europe Live in Solna 1986 Great show at Solnahallen in 1986!!!!!
  • Aphasia - "Flatline" San Francisco indie progressiverock music video KrankTV Like this video? Come see hundreds more at ! - the Net's biggest home for metal, death, grind, thrash, rapcore, heavy and hard rock music videos! If you like the hard stuff, come get hooked on ! Credits: Director:Christopher Sims
  • Broca's Aphasia This is a video of a patient with Broca's aphasia from the Wisconsin Physio Dept website. www.physiology.wisc.edu
  • Improve Expressive Aphasia with Speech Therapy on Video! speech-therapy-on- gives you the opportunity to practice professional speech and language therapy to improve expressive aphasia everyday! Designed by a team of professional speech pathologists, this innovative video is the most affordable, easy-to-use therapeutic tool in the industry.
  • Update: Sarah Scott ***age stroke, Broca's Aphasia. Second video showing Sarah's progress after having a stroke at the age of 18. She still has problems with numbers, reading and writing, as well as speech. We hope this will be useful for anyone living with aphasia, please feel free to get in touch as we remember what it was like in the early days when we were looking for answers online.
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  • Broca's aphasia A patient manifesting classic symptoms of Broca's aphasia...
  • Hammerfall - Aphasia [Europe Cover] Europe's Song "Aphasia" performed by Hammerfall
  • Aphasia - Break the Ice Aphasia is an all-female Japanese metal band from Tokyo. They were formed in 1994 and are still active today. They've recently released 'Sweet Illusion.' Their members are: Yumi Kondoh (Vocals) Sumiko 'Goe' Ishikawa (Guitar) Kyoko 'Kyon' Morita (Bass) Junko 'Jun' Takeda (Drums) You can read an (old) interview with them in English here:
  • Picturing Aphasia Trailer Aphasia is a devastating neurological condition that can destroy a person's ability to communicate forever. In an exploration of the boundary between visual and non-visual language, four people recall their experiences living with aphasia while their stories are interpreted into a sequence of drawings. Directed by Mores McWreath. Visit www.aphasia.tv for more information.
  • Thief in the mirror / aphasia Female rock band in japan. You should enjoy awesome guitar riff.
  • therapy speech stroke aphasia language brain damage disorde therapy speech stroke aphasia language brain damage disorder listening reading writing
  • therapy speech stroke aphasia language brain damage disorde therapy speech stroke aphasia language brain damage disorder listening reading writing
  • cEvin Key - Aphasia cEvin Key - Aphasia from the album The Ghost Of Each Room Instrumental Electronic Audio - Uploaded to accommodate Dj's with incomplete libraries :)
  • The Two-Minute Miracles - Aphasia Live @ The Silver Dollar Room, Toronto ON December 8th 2007
  • Music Therapy and Aphasia What would you think if you met a person who had lost his ability to speak after having a stroke, but who could sing with perfect clarity? Harvey Alter, president and founder of the International Aphasia Movement, spoke regarding his first-hand experience on music's power to heal at the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function's 2008 Music Has Power Awards Benefit. To find out more about the therapeutic use of music in speech rehabilitation, visit or call (718) 519-5840.
  • UMAP aphasia therapy Trish and Aaron 03-16-09
  • The Aphasia Tones The Aphasia Tones sing Under the Boardwalk at their June 2nd, 2010 concert at California State University East Bay (CSUEB). This 19+ member choir is comprised of individuals who have aphasia and are part of the Aphasia Treatment Group directed by Ellen Bernstein-Ellis at CSUEB in Hayward, CA. Links for more information about aphasia: class.csueastbay.edu Song conducted by Ava Scofield and accompanied by Shiri Oren, Piano, James Schulz, Bass and Kevin Smith, Guitar Choir conducted by Ava Scofield and Shiri Oren Also accompanied by Jennifer Driscoll, Piano, Tristram Duncan, Piano, with support from Aphasia Group clinicians Catherine Scarboro, Shelby Sugimoto and from Michelle Lussier
  • Aphasia - Europe vs Hammerfall Wich version do you think is the best? Well take a look at this video and compare! If you want you can leave a comment telling what you think. Just so everyone know i dont take any credit about writing the music in any way. The song is writen by John Norum from Europe wich also owns the copyright to the song. And i've have uploaded a cuple of pictures of the bands so you have something to look at. Enjoy!!
  • aphasia trying surrealism music by A Silver Mt. Zion
  • APHASIA - Destination (audio only) If you never hearded Aphasia, here's your chance to check it out. Song from the album "Mirage On Ice", 1999.
  • WWRC Aphasia Therapy Communication Services offers a full range of Speech-Language Pathology Services for individuals with communication disorders. Emphasis is placed on an interdisciplinary approach to evaluation and treatment of patients, with a broad range of specialists being available for consultation. All speech-language pathologists and audiologists providing services through the department are licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia and hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
  • Aphasia and Apraxia Presenter: Darlene Williamson. Producer: Winston J Lindsley
  • Wernicke's and Broca's Aphasia Wernicke's and Broca's Aphasia... interview...
  • Global Aphasia Thinking sans words
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  • Broca's aphasia - Sarah Scott - ***age stroke Sarah had an unexpected ischemic stroke when she was 18. She now suffers from aphasia, a communication disorder. A million people in the USA have aphasia, and 250 thousand in the UK. Every 11 minutes, in the UK, 3 people will have a stroke. One of them will have aphasia. More young people are suffering strokes. The probable reason for Sarah's stroke was a PFO, a hole in the heart. This was only discovered after the stroke, when Sarah had a barrage of tests to try to find the cause. The hole was closed using an amplatzer device, in November 2009. We hope that this video might help other young people in a similar situation. I spent hours and hours online, looking for support and answers in the darkest days when Sarah was in hospital. Please feel free to contact us if you want to!
  • Primary Progressive Aphasia patient before and 30 minutes after receiving perispinal etanercept www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov
  • Aphasia (Health Tip) Aphasia is a possible result of a stroke. Here, we discuss the three forms this condition can take.
  • Saw: Oswald Part 5 and Aphasia visit achievements4 for pure awesomeness Corey shows you part 5 of the walkthrough for Oswald and the achievement Aphasia on Saw Thanks for watching
  • Tono Tono The Tono Tono Man... If you laugh at this your going to hell. I finally found this video online, so i figured i would share it with yall **not mine**