Aphasia is a communication disorder that affects the ability to talk, write and understand the language. This disorder occurs suddenly or following a stroke or head injury as this condition results from damage to areas of the brain. The four major types of aphasia include fluent, non-fluent, conduction, and global.

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I often use wrong words while speaking. Why am I unable to speak fluently?

Query: Hello doctor, I have a problem with speaking. I cannot speak fluently without practicing it in my mind. Many a times I use wrong words accidentally, even though I meant to say some other word. Please help.  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. These problems suggest a condition called aphasia. It happens due to some problems in a particular part of the brain. Infections in the brain, salt imbalances, liver failure etc., also cause this disorder. I need a detailed history of your problems like the durat...  Read Full »

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