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Wernicke's aphasia

[ vair-ni-keez, -kuhz ]
/ ˈvɛər nɪ kiz, -kəz /
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noun Pathology.

a type of aphasia caused by a lesion in Wernicke's area of the brain and characterized by grammatical but more or less meaningless speech and an apparent inability to comprehend speech.

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Origin of Wernicke's aphasia

see origin at Wernicke's area
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