receptive aphasia


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receptive aphasia

[ri′sep·tiv ə′fā·zhə]
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an expressive or receptive aphasia or the loss of an important auditory memory), this defined microarea of the brain could be ablated by either excision or cryotherapy, which might even result in a complete cure for some forms of tinnitus.
For those with receptive aphasia, it may seem as though others are speaking in a foreign language.