The first reported case of Expressive aphasia NOT Tan but Sa'mri- famous sculptor

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    The first reported case of Expressive aphasia NOT Tan but Sa'mri- famous sculptor

    The term Expressive aphasia ordinarily takes us only to learned Pierre Paul Broca [1824-80] and his patient "Tan", so named because that is all he could say.

    However, this is not the whole truth. "Tan" is not the first person who suffered Expressive aphasia.The most authentic history record, Grand Qur’ān names the first person who suffered Expressive aphasia as "Sa'mri", a person of Bani Iesra'eel who could say only "لا مساس no touching" later in his life.And the first Man who knew the art of assessment of aphasia and other symbolic manipulation deficits perhaps is SyednaMūsā alai'his'slaam.

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