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Handwriting after a brain injury

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This 74-year-old male sustained a traumatic brain injury followed by an extensive hemorrhagic stroke

This attempt at handwriting demonstrates expressive aphasia. Because his expressive speech was also significantly impaired, the patient required use of a speech-generating device.

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