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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of visual aphasia

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of visual aphasia:
/vɪʒəwəl əfejʒə/

Derived Form of visual

comparitive: more visual
superlative: most visual
relating to or using sight
  1. ocular inspection
  2. an optical illusion
  3. visual powers
  4. visual navigation
Synonymsocular, optic, optical,
See alsosight,
able to be seen
Similarseeable, visible,
Adjective satellite
visible; - Shakespeare
  1. be sure of it; give me the ocular proof
  2. a visual presentation
  3. a visual image

Derived Form of aphasia

plural: aphasias
inability to use or understand language (spoken or written) because of a brain lesion
Hyponymsauditory aphasia, conduction aphasia, global aphasia, motor aphasia, nominal aphasia, transcortical aphasia, visual aphasia, Wernicke's aphasia,
Hypernymsbrain disorder,
Type ofbrain disease, brain disorder, encephalopathy,
Typesacoustic aphasia, alexia, amnesic aphasia, amnestic aphasia, anomia, anomic aphasia, associative aphasia, ataxic aphasia, auditory aphasia, Broca's aphasia, conduction aphasia, expressive aphasia, fluent aphasia, global aphasia, impressive aphasia, motor aphasia, nominal aphasia, nonfluent aphasia, receptive aphasia, sensory aphasia, total aphasia, transcortical aphasia, visual aphasia, Wernicke's aphasia, word blindness, word deafness,
See alsoaphasic,

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  1. Anomic aphasia, Receptive aphasia, Progressive jargon aphasia, Conduction aphasia, and Dysarthria.
  2. There is one rare form of aphasia called primary progressive aphasia, or PPA,
  3. You get a Broca's aphasia, a production aphasia.
  4. speaking. In one form of aphasia, named the Brocas aphasia, after its discoverer, who
  5. anomic aphasia, global aphasia, primary progressive aphasias and many others. Medical evaluations
  6. Transcortical motor aphasia Transcortical sensory aphasia
  7. Anomic aphasia, also known as anomia or dysnomia, is another type of aphasia proposed under
  8. transcortical aphasia or semantic transcortical aphasia, is a type of disturbance in language
  9. three classifications of Primary Progressive Aphasia: Progressive nonfluent aphasia,
  10. Examples of fluent aphasias are: Receptive aphasia, Transcortical sensory aphasia, Conduction
  11. aphasia, Anomic aphasia Expressive aphasias, also called nonfluent
  12. Transcortical motor aphasia, Global aphasia Pure aphasias are selective impairments
  13. Dementia, Apraxia of speech, Progressive nonfluent aphasia, and Expressive aphasia
  14. or perceptual problems, which can include: Transcortical motor aphasia, Dynamic aphasia,
  15. Individuals with Transcortical motor aphasia have similar deficits as Expressive aphasia,
  16. Maybe the visual parts of the brain if you involved in some visual processing might be going up and down. You know more vigorously
  17. Primary visual area and the Secondary visual area and then this is the primary auditory
  18. It's a visual track closing in on a visual field as it closes on Tessio.
  19. and you are getting rid of that visual crutch, after you've already made the connection between auditory and visual.
  20. slapstick comedy so that's a kind of comedy that is visual visual and relies