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He asserts that sometimes he has difficulties in comprehending the spoken message ("I hear my mother, but I do not understand what she's saying" --transient sensory aphasia).
of Patients Dysarthria 19 19.00% Motor aphasia 23 23.00% Sensory aphasia 4 4.00% Global aphasia 3 3.00% Cranial nerves VII 47 47.00% IX and X 3 3.00% VII, IX and X 2 2.00% Tone Increased 87 87.00% Decreased 6 6.00% Normal 7 7.00% Athetosis 2 2.00% Right Hemipariesis 52 52.00% Left Hemipariesis 40 40.00% Monopariesis left upper limb 2 2.00% Monopariesis right upper limb 2 2.00% Quadriparesis 1 1.00% Only aphasia 3 3.00% Sensory Impairment 6 6.00% Table 4: Association of Risk Factors According to Age of the Patients Total Age [less than Risk Factors n=100 or equal to] 44 yrs.
Acoustico-agnostic aphasia or fluent aphasia is essentially equivalent to Wernicke's sensory aphasia. The primary defect in such forms of central speech impairment is the disturbance of phonetic hearing or audio-verbal gnosis (Sharp, Scott, & Wise, 2004).