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Old 06-21-2010
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Neuro Aphasias

Here is a quick rundown of all the high yield aphasias...
the only difference between transcortical and the other aphasias is the ability to repeat.

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There is also a nice diagram format done in BRS neuroanatomy 3rd edition., last chp !
Set your mind to it, and you will be there.
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