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Speech restoration dynamics in patients with various forms of motor aphasia following cerebral stroke



Speech restoration dynamics in patients with various forms of motor aphasia following cerebral stroke



Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S S Korsakova 81(1): 10-15



Results of studying the peculiarities of speech restoration in patients with dynamic, efferent, afferent and mixed motor aphasia are presented. These peculiarities depended on the gravity of the speech disorder, time since the beginning of and duration of the logopedic treatment, methods of the restorative training, relation between the impaired and preserved sides of the speech function. Apparently restorative training is necessary, has good prospects and may substantially contribute to the social readaptation of the patients.

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