Agraphia

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Agraphia is the inability to communicate through writing because of an acquired neurological disorder in which the damage causes motor dysfunction or spelling problems. Other skills such as reading may still be present. Agraphia is caused by damage to one or more of the 12 regions of the brain that control handwriting. Agraphia represents specific damage to the brain and should not be confused with losing general motor skills.

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