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aphasia neurological language disorder
global aphasia loss of all language ability
Broca's aphasia broken speech slow labored speech with frequent mispronunciations
Wernicke's aphasia receptive aphasia impaired auditory reception speech may be fluent but meaningless or nonsensical
Anomic aphasia difficulty finding words
dysarthria articulation disorder resulting from paralysis of organs of speech
spatial relations and positioning difficulty perceiving distance and object placement
spatial neglect inability to recognize stimuli in a particular area of the environment, generally contralateral side of body
body neglect spatial neglect of own body, contralaterally
motor apraxia difficulty completing planned movements
ideational apraxia difficulty conceptualizing planned, multistep movements
figure ground difficulty differentiating object from its background
initiation difficulty beginning an activity or movement
visual agnosia difficulty recognizing objects
subluxation glenohumeral joint caused by humeral head moving downward from joint
MCA and internal carotid contralateral hemiplegia, anesthesia, homonymous hemianopsia, aphasia, apraxia, unilateral neglect, spatial dysfunction
ACA contralateral hemiplegia, grasp reflex, incontinent, confusion, apathy, mutism
PCA homonymous hemianopsia, thalamic pain, hemisensory loss, alexia
vertebrobasilar pseudobulbar (dysarthria, dysphagia, emotional instability, tetraplegia
Created by: jallubbi