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aphasia clicca per ingrandire
Attestation 3
Part of speech Noun
Grammatical label countable
Definition Acquired disorder of symbolic language processing.
Acquired disorder of symbolic language processing. Aphasia is characterized by a combination of naming, fluency, comprehension, and repetition deficits that are accompanied by reading and writing impairments.
Definition source Loring W.D. 1999
Loring W.D. 1999
Context In a fair number of patients presenting with mild or questionable language disorders, however, a decision that rules out aphasia should be made before proceeding to other questions. On the surface, it would seem that well-validated tests of a more comprehensive nature, or even of a screening type, would be sufficient to determine whether aphasia is present.
Context source Sarno 1991
Subject field Aphasia
Related concept Dysphasia, Etiology, Language, Aphasic syndromes, Aphasic deficits
it Afasia
Reliability code 3
Note Aphasia and Dysphasia refer to two different disorders but they are currently used as synonyms.

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