Figure 7 Electron microscopy showing (A) large fine granular deposits in the mesangial region (arrows), (B) prominent fine granular subendothelial deposits (arrows) and some intramembranous deposits (arrow heads) in a case of Class III lupus nephritis.
Aphasia is multidimensional, meaning that it has many forms. There is no generic form. This info-graph helps show where damage occurs for each type of Aphasia and color coordinates with a chart to briefly explain what type of symptoms you would see.
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