What Does Transcortical Sensory Aphasia Mean?

Q:
What does transcortical sensory aphasia mean?

A:
This is a rare form of fluent aphasia, and it may occur when there is damage to the left side of temporal lobe in the brain.

People with this condition can speak fluently and speak in long and complex sentences. However, their sentences do not make sense. What’s more, they do not understand others either, so they may not follow others’ instructions.

Key word: transcortical sensory aphasia

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