So far, physicians have no opportunity to fully restore the human body after a stroke. Quite often, this condition causes paralysis of the face, including muscles of the tongue. As a result, the patient loses the ability to speak. Scientists from the University of Texas tried to create a computer model of language to better understand how to help people who have lost speech due to stroke, writes Business Standard.
Doctors call the disease apraxia of speech. These people know what they want to say, but they would not succeed. In some cases you can teach man to speak again. This should help the three-dimensional model of language.
When a person sees their own language, it is easier to understand where he makes the mistake of trying to say the word. In the future you can create separate programs for the rehabilitation of patients with speech apraxia, experts say.