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Aphasia can affect the formulation of oral language production, writing, or both. In users of a sign language it affects the ability to sign in a linguistically correct manner. Aphasia often disturbs both reception and expression of language, in both visual (written) and auditory (spoken) modes. Yet, each of the several fundamental types of aphasia compromises one of these modes preponderantly. , in PURE ALEXIA or in PURE WORD DEAFNESS), only one of these abilities suffers while all others remain unaffected.
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