Transcortical

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Transcortical Sensory Aphasia
... Transcortical sensory aphasia (TSA) involves damage to specific areas of the temporal lobe of the brain ... However, transcortical sensory aphasia differs from receptive aphasia in that patients still have intact repetition and exhibit echolalia, or the compulsive repetition of ... Transcortical sensory aphasia cannot be diagnosed through brain imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), as the results are often ...
Transcortical Sensory Aphasia - Characteristics
... Transcortical sensory aphasia is characterized as a fluent aphasia ... Transcortical sensory aphasia is a disorder in which there is a discrepancy between phonological processing, which remains intact, and lexical-semantic processing, which is impaired ... In addition to problems in comprehension, transcortical sensory aphasia is further characterized based on deficits in naming and paraphasia ...
Aphasia - Signs and Symptoms - Presentation
... aphasia mild–mod mild–severe defective fluent paraphasic Transcortical sensory aphasia good mod–severe poor fluent Conduction aphasia poor poor relatively good fluent Anomic aphasia mild mod–severe ... Individuals with Transcortical sensory aphasia have similar deficits as in Receptive aphasia, but their repetition ability remains intact ... Individuals with Transcortical motor aphasia have similar deficits as Expressive aphasia, except repetition ability remains intact ...
Auditory Aphasia - Signs and Symptoms - Presentation
... mild–severe defective fluent paraphasic Transcortical sensory aphasia good mod–severe poor fluent Conduction aphasia poor poor relatively good fluent Anomic aphasia mild mod–severe mild ... Individuals with Transcortical sensory aphasia have similar deficits as in Receptive aphasia, but their repetition ability remains intact ... Individuals with Transcortical motor aphasia have similar deficits as Expressive aphasia, except repetition ability remains intact ...
Mixed Transcortical Aphasia
... Mixed transcortical aphasia is the least common of the three transcortical aphasias (behind transcortical motor aphasia and transcortical sensory aphasia, respectively) ... Mixed transcortical aphasia is characterized by severe speaking and comprehension impairment, but with preserved repetition ... People who suffer mixed transcortical aphasia struggle greatly to produce propositional language or to understand what is being said to them, yet they ...