Broca's aphasia refers to a form of Aphasia that involves a disturbance in language production but intact comprehension abilities.


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Broca's aphasia is a form of aphasia that involves a disturbance in language production but intact comprehension abilities.


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A form of aphasia caused by damage to Broca's area and characterized by slow, laborious speech.


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An aphasia characterized by de_cits in language production. Also called expressive aphasia.


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The condition in which the ability to produce speech is severely impaired because of brain damage.

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