Clinical Syndromes

A discussion of speech disorders, including dysphonias, dysarthrias, and speech-related disorders is followed by a discussion of language disorders, including aphasias, alexias, and agraphias, and language-related disorders. T.ib.!.®s §.z2. and 6-3 outline the classification of speech and language disorders. This classification is meant to help in localizing various clinical syndromes according to current information regarding anatomoclinical correlations. Some entities could be classified in several subcategories, but they have been categorized under the most probable anatomical localization. Future research will help refine the classification. Three major speech disturbances are recognized: dysphonias, dysarthrias, and other speech-related disturbances. y

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