aphasiology
The science of speech disorders caused by dysfunction of the cerebral language areas.

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apha·si·ol·o·gy ə-'fā-z(h)ē-'äl-ə-jē n, pl -gies the study of aphasia including its linguistic, psychological, and neurological aspects
apha·si·ol·o·gist -jəst n

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apha·si·ol·o·gy (ə-fa″ze-olґə-je) the scientific study of aphasia and the specific neurologic lesions producing it.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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