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SmallTalk for Aphasia SmallTalk for Aphasia by Robert D. M. Patient Expert SmallTalk for Aphasia SmallTalk for Aphasia Download on iTunes Published 2 days ago... a starter set of icons to introduce you to the Lingraphica system of aphasia communication...
Primary progressive aphasia by Neurodoc .. Patient Expert Review article Mesulam M-M. Primary progressive aphasia- a language based dementia. NEJM 2003;349-1535-42 Salient points 1. Language only disorder can be present for up to 14 years, or if other deficits...
Primary progressive aphasia (non-fluent/agrammatic variant) in a patient with Pick disease by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven is primary progressive aphasia, non-fluent/agrammatic variant. The pathologic diagnosis is frontotemporal... aphasia (PPA). Neurologists subclassify PPA into three subtypes: semantic variant (sv-PPA), non-fluent...
Best Post of May 2014: Primary Progressive Aphasia (non-fluent/agrammatic variant) in a patient with Pick disease by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven .    The clinical diagnosis in this patient is primary progressive aphasia, non-fluent/agrammatic variant... (bvFTLD) and primary progressive aphasia (PPA). Neurologists subclassify PPA into three subtypes: semantic...
Primary progressive aphasia by Neurodoc .. Patient Expert Review article Mesulam M-M. Primary progressive aphasia- a language based dementia. NEJM 2003;349-1535-42 Salient points 1. Language only disorder can be present for up to 14 years, or...
National Aphasia Association by Robert D. M. Patient Expert Speaking Out! Sixth National Aphasia Association Conference June 19, 2008 - June 21... Council Ruth Codier-Resch, PhD, Person living well with aphasia, NAA Advisory Council John...
Statistics by Country for Aphasia by Robert D. M. Patient Expert Used Aphasia in North America (Extrapolated Statistics) USA 1,079,615 293,655,405 1 Canada 119,514 32,507,874 2 Mexico 385,880 104,959,594 2 Aphasia...
Thinking Beyond Language: Intervention for Severe Aphasia by Robert D. M. Patient Expert to improve life for individuals with severe aphasia. Because severe aphasia significantly compromises... confidence. Methods: Interventions that have been suggested in the aphasia literature...
What is Aphasia in Dementia? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Aphasia is a disorder that robs you of the ability to communicate and express yourself. +Rachael... have what is called "aphasia,"  which is a disorder characterized by a person's inability to communicate...
What's the deal with the subcortical U-fibers? by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven harbored about the so-called subcortical U-fibers. The photomicrograph above (from the textbook... where the subcortical U-fibers are spared. The following is a transcription of Dr. Cohen's insightful comments...

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Introduction Aphasia is a disorder caused by damage to the areas of the brain ... » Read on
Symptoms The effects of aphasia can vary widely; some experience only mild effects, perh ... » Read on