Symptoms of dysphasia include broken speech, lack of vocabulary, difficulty learning a language, difficulty understanding and learning new ideas, cognitive disorders, and trouble concentrating. Having a combination of these problems makes it easier for a doctor to diagnose the condition. If you have a recent head injury and notice any of these symptoms, contact your doctor. Since dysphasia is related to brain injuries, immediate treatment will help prevent permanent damage.
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