anomic aphasia(redirected from Anomia)
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anomic aphasia[ə′näm·ik ə′fāzh·ə]
A subtype of fluent aphasia in which principal nouns and verbs cannot be recalled by the individual; typically caused by injury at the temporo-parietal junction.
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