Clinical Study

Language Recovery In Aphasic Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients

Posted Date: May 16, 2017

  • Investigator: Elisheva Coleman
  • Co-Investigator: Jennifer Powers
  • Specialties: Speech Pathology, Neuroradiology, Emergency Medicine, Stroke, Vascular, Neurology
  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

The purpose of this research study is to understand what factors influence individual stroke patients’ recovery of language after a stroke, so that we can do a better job of predicting how much language a patient will recover.


-You Are In The Hospital For An Acute Stroke And Have Aphasia (Problems With Language – Speaking, Reading, And/Or Understanding) Resulting From That Stroke -You Did Not Have Aphasia Or Significant Cognitive (Thinking And Memory) Problems Before The Strok


Aphasia, Neurological , Speech, Stroke, Ischemic Stroke

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