[Solved] Mr Koerner Had a Stroke That Resulted in Wernicke's Aphasia

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 Mr. Koerner had a stroke that resulted in Wernicke's aphasia. His speech makes no sense but includes many curse words, which his wife finds shocking. How might you explain his condition to her?

A) He is in denial about his stroke but really understands much of what is going on around him.
B) He is very frustrated by his inability to make sense of the conversations going on around him.
C) If he is still able to curse, he obviously could speak correctly if he really tried.
D) He has no comprehension of any of the words he speaks or hears and is not troubled by it due to brain damage.

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