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Medicina: Neuropsicologia cognitiva

anomic aphasia clicca per ingrandire
Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun phrase
Definition Aphasia subtype characterized by impaired naming ability with circumlocutions, few paraphasias, good comprehension, fluent speech, and normal repetition.
Disorder in which patients indicate the understanding of a word´s meaning through the description of semantic features of form and function associated with the word. Verbal output may be fluent, but lacking in substantive words. Lesions usually involve the left hemisphere.
Definition source Loring D. W. 1999
Code 1989
Context Anomic errors were frequently associated with objects that bore a relation to the patient’s illness and frequently occurred during a period of disorientation, confabulation, and denial of illness. The authors observed that, in contrast to patients with classical anomic aphasia, patients exhibiting nonaphasic misnaming frequently showed no evidence of grouping for words in their spontaneous speech nor did their naming necessarily improve when correction was offered.
Context source Sarno 1991
Figure source Ospedale Campo di Marte 2001
Synonym Amnesic aphasia, Amnestic aphasia
Subject field Aphasia
Sub-field (level 1) Aphasiology
Sub-field (level 2) Clinical neuropsychology
Sub-field (level 3) Aphasic syndromes
Generic concept Fluent aphasia
Related concept Wernicke’s aphasia, Transcortical sensory aphasia, Subcortical aphasia, Conduction aphasia
it Afasia amnesica
Reliability code 3

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