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Most patients with fluent aphasias have lesions located in the posterior aspect of the perisylvian region. Most patients with nonfluent aphasias have lesions located in the anterior aspect of the perisylvian region (Benson, 1967). Disturbances of Repetition A failure to repeat words or sentences is another hallmark of aphasia. The ability to repeat may be entirely lost, or may be marred by phonemic paraphasias or omissions of sounds and words. Repetition is impaired in most aphasias, and actually dominates the clinical presentation of conduction aphasia largely because other pronounced defects are lacking.