出典: meddic


acquired aphasiaaphasiadysphasiaglobal aphasiaprogressive aphasiasemantic aphasia

Wikipedia preview

出典(authority):フリー百科事典『ウィキペディア(Wikipedia)』「2013/04/22 23:02:58」(JST)

wiki en

[Wiki en表示]

UpToDate Contents

全文を閲覧するには購読必要です。 To read the full text you will need to subscribe.


  • Efficacy of semantic-phonological treatment combined with tDCS for verb retrieval in a patient with aphasia.
  • Manenti R1, Petesi M, Brambilla M, Rosini S, Miozzo A, Padovani A, Miniussi C, Cotelli M.
  • Neurocase.Neurocase.2015 Feb;21(1):109-19. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2013.873062. Epub 2014 Jan 13.
  • Recent studies reported enhanced performance on language tasks induced by transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in patients with aphasia. One chronic patient with non-fluent aphasia received 20 sessions of a verb anomia training combined with off-line bihemispheric tDCS applied to the dorso
  • PMID 24417248
  • Verbal creativity in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia.
  • Wu TQ1, Miller ZA, Adhimoolam B, Zackey DD, Khan BK, Ketelle R, Rankin KP, Miller BL.
  • Neurocase.Neurocase.2015 Feb;21(1):73-8. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2013.860179. Epub 2013 Dec 12.
  • Emergence of visual and musical creativity in the setting of neurologic disease has been reported in patients with semantic variant primary progressive aphasia (svPPA), also called semantic dementia (SD). It is hypothesized that loss of left anterior frontotemporal function facilitates activity of t
  • PMID 24329034
  • CSF levels of Aβ1-38/Aβ1-40/Aβ1-42 and (11)C PiB-PET studies in three clinical variants of primary progressive aphasia and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Ikeda M1, Tashiro Y, Takai E, Kurose S, Fugami N, Tsuda K, Arisaka Y, Kodaira S, Fujita Y, Makioka K, Mizuno Y, Shimada H, Harigaya Y, Takatama M, Amari M, Yamazaki T, Yamaguchi H, Higuchi T, Okamoto K, Tsushima Y, Ikeda Y.
  • Amyloid : the international journal of experimental and clinical investigation : the official journal of the International Society of Amyloidosis.Amyloid.2014 Dec;21(4):238-45. doi: 10.3109/13506129.2014.949231. Epub 2014 Aug 20.
  • Abstract Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) is a cognitive syndrome characterized by progressive and isolated language impairments due to neurodegenerative diseases. Recently, an international group of experts published a Consensus Classification of the three PPA clinical variants (naPPA, svPPA and l
  • PMID 25139672


  • 統合失調症患者における長期意味記憶の衰退と精神症状の関連
  • 住吉 チカ
  • 脳と精神の医学 = Brain science and mental disorders 18(1), 61-72, 2007-03-25
  • NAID 10029854286
  • <Originals>Information processing capacity in schizophrenics : with special regard to communication disorders
  • OISHI Masaaki
  • Acta medica Kinki University 22(2), 181-191, 1997-06-00
  • … It is considered that the impairment of this ability is closely related to attentional impairment and alogia among the negative symptoms of schizophrenia, and that impairment progresses as duration of the illness is prolonged. …
  • NAID 110000007450
  • 覚醒剤精神病の臨床精神病理学的研究 : 陰性症状評価尺度による精神分裂病との比較
  • 冨山 學人,トミヤマ ガクジン,TOMIYAMA Gakujin
  • 千葉医学雑誌 63(3), 163-177, 1987-06-01
  • 慢性の経過をとる覚醒剤精神病者11例及びそれら症例に性別・年齢をmatchさせた同数の慢性分裂病者を対象とした。覚醒剤精神病の臨床精神病理学的特徴について分裂病との異同を検討した結果,両者の相違は陽性症状でなく主として陰性症状に認められた。更に,陰性症状評価尺度SANSを用い定量的に比較検討したところ,覚醒剤群と分裂病群は共に意欲・発動性欠如,快感消失・非社交性及び注意の障害において中等度の障害が …
  • NAID 110006180933


a·lo·gi·a (ă-lō'jē-ă), 1. Synonym(s): aphasia 2. Inability to speak due to mental deficiency or a manifestation of dementia. [G. a-priv. + logos, speech] alogia A feature of schizophrenia characterised by poverty of speech and/or speech ...
:inability to speak especially when caused by a brain lesion Seen and Heard What made you want to look up alogia? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).


Alogia: Definition & Overview | Study.comAlogiaAlogiA Music, Lyrics, Songs, and VideosALOGIA Signs With Miner Records, To Alogia (band) - Wikipedia, the free Alogia: 'Elegia Balcanica' desde Serbia

リンク元アロギー」「progressive aphasia」「semantic aphasia」「acquired aphasia」「アロジア



  • n.
  • loss of or deficiency in the power to use or understand language as a result of injury to or disease of the brain(⇔dysarthria)

WordNet   license wordnet

「an impairment of language (especially speech production) that is usually due to brain damage」


  [★] 失語症

WordNet   license wordnet

「inability to use or understand language (spoken or written) because of a brain lesion」

PrepTutorEJDIC   license prepejdic





progressive aphasia」



acquired aphasiaalogiaaphasiadysphasiaglobal aphasiasemantic aphasia

semantic aphasia」



acquired aphasiaalogiaaphasiadysphasiaglobal aphasiaprogressive aphasia

acquired aphasia」


alogiaaphasiadysphasiaglobal aphasiaprogressive aphasiasemantic aphasia




"" より作成