paraphasic


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paraphasic

(ˌpærəˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
(Medicine) of, resembling, or exhibiting paraphasia
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Intracavernous self-injection for paraplegic or paraphasic patients with ED should be recommended with serious instructions including all details in order to avoid such complications.
His speech was fluent and had a normal rate and melody, but he presented with poverty of speech content and paraphasic errors (including neologisms).
For instance, Hippocrates (~400 BC) in his pioneer analysis of language impairments associated with brain damage clearly referred to two different types of language disturbances: aphonos, "without voice," and anaudos, "without hearing." Antonio Guaneiro during the XV century reported two aphasic patients: one with a fluent paraphasic speech and the other one with a nonfluent speech.