paraphrasia

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paraphrasia

garbled or incoherent speech, the result of aphasia.
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par·a·pha·si·a

, paraphrasia
n. parafasia, afasia caracterizada por uso incoherente de palabras.
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Nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia (nfvPPA) is characterized by agrammatism and fluency impairment mainly [10].
Though his answers were short, he was articulate with no evidence of agrammatism or hesitancy in conversation.
[19] found that baseline perfusion was higher (i.e., nearer normal levels) in regions that showed upregulation of neural activity in patients who underwent treatment for agrammatism. Fridriksson et al.
The nonfluent variant is characterized by frequent grammatical errors (agrammatism), hesitation over individual words, and speech apraxia.
Obler, Cross-Language Data and Theories of Agrammatism, in 3 AGRAMMATIC APHASIA: A CROSS-LANGUAGE NARRATIVE SOURCEBOOK 1369, 1370, 1388 n.5 (Lise Menn & Loraine K.
Conversation focused aphasia therapy: investigating the adoption of strategies by people with agrammatism. Aphasiology.
In progressive nonfluent aphasia, the ability to match semantically related objects is preserved, but nonfluent speech, phonemic paraphasias (word substitutions), and agrammatism occur.