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Disorders Fluent aphasias  Nonfluent aphasias  Pure aphasias  Watershed
Disorders Fluent aphasias Wernicke’s aphasia Fluent speech Impaired comprehension Impaired repetition MCA inferior
Disorders Fluent aphasias Transcortical sensory aphasia Fluent speech Impaired comprehension Intact repetition MCA-PCA watershed
Disorders Fluent aphasias Conduction aphasia Fluent speech Intact Comprehension Impaired Repetition Interruption of arcuate fasciculus
Disorders Nonfluent aphasias Transcortical motor aphasia Nonfluent speech Intact comprehension Intact repetition MCA-ACA watershed
Disorders Nonfluent aphasias Broca’s aphasia Nonfluent speech Intact comprehension Impaired repetition MCA superior
Disorders Nonfluent aphasias Mixed transcortical aphasia Nonfluent speech Impaired comprehension Intact repetition MCA-ACA & MCA-PCA watersheds
Disorders Nonfluent aphasias Global aphasia Nonfluent speech Impaired comprehension Impaired repetition MCA inferior/superior
Disorders Pure aphasia: alexia without agraphia
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