Dysphasia Wernicke's Aphasia
Those with Wernicke's aphasia have damage to the temporal lobe of the brain.
People with Wernicke's often speak in fluent sentences, but the sentences have no meaning. These people may add extra words to a sentence or even create new words. For example they may know what to do with a comb, but they have forgotten what to call it.
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