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Related to aphasic: aphasia, apraxia, dysphasia

aphasic

 [ah-fa´zik]
1. pertaining to or affected with aphasia.
2. a person affected with aphasia.

a·pha·si·ac

, aphasic (ă-fā'zē-ak, ă-fā'sik),
Relating to or suffering from aphasia.

a·pha·si·ac

, aphasic (ă-fā'zē-ak, ă-fā'zik)
Relating to or suffering from aphasia.
Synonym(s): dysphasic.

aphasic

(ă-fā″zik)
1. Pert. to aphasia.
2. Someone affected with aphasia.
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