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acoustic element alexia amnesic aphasia anatomical apparatus of speech association tracts assumption asymbolia auditory Bastian's brain Broca's area caused cerebral cortex clinical conduction aphasia connections cortical areas cortical fields destruction differentiation explained fibre tracts Freud's frontal convolution function of speech Grashey Grashey's Heubner Hughlings Jackson impairment innervation insula intact internal capsule interruption kinaesthetic impressions language lesion Lichtheim Lichtheim's schema loss Meynert's motor speech nerve object associations object images observed organization paraphasia pathological pathway patient periphery physiological postulated Psychiatrie psychic quadrigeminal body reading receptive receptive field repetition result significance sound images sound impressions speech apparatus speech area speech associations speech disorder speech function speech region spinal cord spontaneous speech stimulation subcortical alexia subcortical motor aphasia subcortical sensory aphasia symptoms theory of aphasia tion transcortical motor aphasia transcortical sensory aphasia unable understanding visual element visual word images Wernicke's area Wernicke's conduction aphasia word concept word deafness word sound writing