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Postby Nick » Thu Sep 25, 2003 9:45 pm

Aphasia

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Broca aphasia

This aphasia contains a number of distinct components that occur in various combinations. Patients, by definition, present with a nonfluent aphasia. They speak haltingly without much intonation and have difficulty producing spontaneous speech, naming, and repeating. Occasionally, they are mute initially (although all mute patients are not aphasic) and articulation may be impaired (ie, disruption of the motor apparatus of speech). Patients are often hypophonic.

Deep dyslexia is typical and consists of semantic errors and special difficulty reading highly imaginable words. Naming of actions is typically worse than naming of objects. A writing deficit usually parallels the phonologic deficit. Repetition is abnormal and often consists of omission of functor words. Patients have "telegraphic speech" and agrammatism. Patients almost always have syntactic and comprehension deficits. Neighborhood signs include buccofacial (but not limb) apraxia and right hemiparesis involving the face and arm more than the leg.

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Global aphasia

In this type of aphasia, the patient has deficits in repeating, naming, understanding, and producing fluent speech. The deficits need not be total. They may be due to strokes, tumors, dementia, or other causes.

Global aphasia commonly includes patients with large infarcts of the left cerebral hemisphere, typically involving the occlusion of the internal carotid artery or middle cerebral artery and resulting in a large, wedge-shaped wipeout of two thirds or more of the left hemisphere. Anterior and posterior cerebral arteries may be spared. Right hemiplegia (face and arm worse than leg) is the rule, as is right homonymous hemianopsia.

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Postby Host » Sat Oct 04, 2003 12:47 pm

Die heb ik ook al eens gezien op het farmaforum ;)

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Postby Nick » Sat Oct 04, 2003 1:59 pm

Host wrote:Die heb ik ook al eens gezien op het farmaforum ;)

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Plavix op het farmaforum.

Aspirine, Lipitor, Sertraline. Nee, helemaal niet.

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Postby Host » Sat Oct 04, 2003 7:40 pm

Misschien toch uw communicatieve skills wat ontwikkelen want wat met prentjes goochelen (ook al verwijzen ze naar een interessante site) is nie echt bevoordelijke voor een overzichtelijke bladschikking.
Anyway, dit verklaart je post van hierboven nog nie, die veel te lang is en niks te maken heeft met bovenstaande discussie. Die vliegt er dus uit, en omdat ik weet dat apollo het niet erg vindt (en zijn post count toch al goed zit) gooi ik die van hem en mezelf er ook uit.

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