2. Temporary Dysphasia

While some cases of dysphasia are long-term, others cause only temporary brain damage. Migraines, seizures, and transient ischemic attacks generally cause only short-lived symptoms. After the body fights off the attack, the language abilities return. Even temporary loss of these basic abilities, however, can be frightening.

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