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Acalculia: Loss of calculation (mathematical ability)
Agnosia: Loss of recognition of objects, people, sounds, shapes, smells, ...etc
Agraphia: Loss of writing ability
Alexia: Loss of reading ability
Amnesia: Loss of memory
Anopsia: Loss of vision
Anosognosia: Loss of recognition of own disease
Aphasia: Loss of language
Aphonia: Loss of sound production
Apraxia: Loss of learned coordinated movement
Ataxia: Loss of motor coordination
Atonia: Loss of muscle tone
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