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 ... more on Wikipedia

Central Nervous System Diseases & Nerve Disorders