Expressive aphasia

Expressive aphasia

Expressive aphasia is characterized by the loss of the ability to produce language. It is one subset of a larger family of disorders known collectively as aphasia. Expressive aphasia differs from dysarthria, which is typified by a patient's inability to properly move the muscles of the tongue and mouth to produce speech. Expressive aphasia also differs from apraxia of speech which is a motor disorder characterized by an inability to create and sequence motor plans for speech. Comprehension is typically only mildly to moderately impaired in expressive aphasia. This contrasts with receptive aphasia, which is distinguished by a patient's inability to comprehend language or speak with ... more on Wikipedia

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Central Nervous System Diseases & Nerve Disorders