Nominal aphasia



noun
1.
aphasia in which the primary symptom is an inability to recall or recognize the names of objects

nominal aphasia nom·i·nal aphasia (nŏm’ə-nəl)
n.
Aphasia that is characterized by the impaired ability to recall the names of persons and things. Also called anomia, anomic aphasia.

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