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  Dysphasia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Dysphasia is impairment in communication, and aphasia is the total inability to communicate.
Nomenclature OMS was first described by Dr. Dysphasia Child M. Kinsbourne in 1962 (The term 'Opsoclonus' was coined by Orezechowski in 1913, but it was classically described and associated with neuroblastoma by Kinsbourne).
Developmental Dysphasia The most frequent symptoms include temporary loss of vision (typically), difficulty speaking (dysphasia), weakness on one side of the body hemiparesis, numbness usually on one side of the body and loss of consciousness.
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 AllRefer Health - Speech Impairment (Adult) (Aphasia, Dysarthria, Dysphasia, Impairment of Speech, Inability to Speak, ...
AllRefer Health - Speech Impairment (Adult) (Aphasia, Dysarthria, Dysphasia, Impairment of Speech, Inability to Speak, Language Impairment, Slurred Speech)
Alternate Names : Aphasia, Dysarthria, Dysphasia, Impairment of Speech, Inability to Speak, Language Impairment, Slurred Speech
Speech impairment can be any of several speech problems, particularly the following:
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