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AphasiaMotor Speech/Dysarthria/Apraxia
Language impairments after brain injury can be difficult to tease out. In particular, apraxia of speech can often present in similar ways to aphasia with phonemic paraphasias. This clinical guide is meant to help speech-language pathologists more accurately diagnose these two impairments in order to better target treatment methods.
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