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Speech Symptoms Associated with Stroke and Aphasia

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In this episode Mark Ittleman, speech pathologist will discuss some of the common speaking difficulties associated with stroke and aphasia.  He will educate you about the dysarthrias, and aphasias, both of the receptive and expressive varieties.  He will review the Broca's and the Wernicke's types.  He will differentiate mild aphasia from profound aphasia.  He will also review moderate, severe and global aphasias.  There are aphasias and speech symptoms that respond well to therapy.  There are some speech symptoms that do not respond well to treatment.  Tune in for this very informative episode. 

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