Diagnostic Strategies for Sensory and Efferent Motor Aphasia

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Hassan Shafaei


Acquired speech disorders remain relevant in the scientific literature, given the prevalence and wide range of clinical manifestations. Sensory and efferent motor aphasia differ in various combinations of articulatory and lexical disorders, depending on the temporary organization and localization of lesions. Taking into account the importance of timely neuropsychological assessment for determining correctional and pedagogical tactics, the article discusses the current differential diagnostic aspects of sensory and efferent motor aphasia.

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