Acquired neurogenic communication disorders: a clinical perspective
This work provides a theoretical review, from a clinical perspective, of the nature and management of acquired neurogenic communication disorders and of the therapy such disorders require. The first section concentrates on aphasia and the second on motor speech disorders.
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Mas Papathanasiou and Renata Whurr
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