paraphasia

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  • A challenging diagnosis of late-onset tumefactive multiple sclerosis associated to cervicodorsal syringomyelia: doubtful CT, MRI, and bioptic findings: Case report and literature review.
  • Conforti R1, Capasso R, Galasso R, Cirillo M, Taglialatela G, Galasso L.
  • Medicine.Medicine (Baltimore).2016 Sep;95(36):e4585. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000004585.
  • BACKGROUND: Tumefactive multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unusual variant of demyelinating disease characterized by lesions with pseudotumoral appearance on radiological imaging mimicking other space-occupying lesions, such as neoplasms, infections, and infarction. Especially when the patient's medical
  • PMID 27603348
  • Monopolar high-frequency language mapping: can it help in the surgical management of gliomas? A comparative clinical study.
  • Riva M1, Fava E1,2, Gallucci M3, Comi A2, Casarotti A2, Alfiero T1, Raneri FA1, Pessina F2, Bello L1,2.
  • Journal of neurosurgery.J Neurosurg.2016 May;124(5):1479-89. doi: 10.3171/2015.4.JNS14333. Epub 2015 Sep 25.
  • OBJECT Intraoperative language mapping is traditionally performed with low-frequency bipolar stimulation (LFBS). High-frequency train-of-five stimulation delivered by a monopolar probe (HFMS) is an alternative technique for motor mapping, with a lower reported seizure incidence. The application of H
  • PMID 26406788
  • Injury of the Arcuate Fasciculus in the Dominant Hemisphere in Patients With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study.
  • Jang SH1, Lee AY, Shin SM.
  • Medicine.Medicine (Baltimore).2016 Mar;95(9):e3007. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000003007.
  • Little is known about injury of the arcuate fasciculus (AF) in patients with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). We investigated injury of the AF in the dominant hemisphere in patients with mild TBI, using diffusion tensor tractography (DTT). We recruited 25 patients with injury of the left AF among
  • PMID 26945425

和文文献

  • 発話障害が緩徐に進行する63歳女性の臨床経過・画像所見の検討
  • 久徳 弓子,砂田 芳秀
  • 川崎医学会誌 39(3), 101-107, 2013
  • 今回われわれは,発症4年目から6年間の経過を観察しえた原発性進行性失語(PPA)の1例を経験した.症例は63歳女性.55歳頃から言葉が出にくい,詰まる,速くしゃべれないことを自覚し,徐々に進行するため58歳時に当科を受診した.60歳時よりたどたどしい会話となり,電話では「外国の方ですか」と問われた.塩酸ドネペジルを処方されたが,その後も症状は進行し,電話番号を暗記できなくなったため,62歳時に当科 …
  • NAID 110009632695
  • Parkinson's disease showing progressive conduction aphasia
  • Sakai Kenji,Ono Kenjiro,Harada Hiromi,Shima Keisuke,Notoya Masako,Yamada Masahito
  • Neurological Sciences 33(2), 399-402, 2012-04
  • … We describe a female PD patient who later developed progressive conduction aphasia characterized by phonemic paraphasia and disturbance in repetition of short sentences without disturbance in writing or auditory comprehension. …
  • NAID 120005285929
  • Parkinson's disease showing progressive conduction aphasia
  • Sakai Kenji,Ono Kenjiro,Harada Hiromi,Shima Keisuke,Notoya Masako,Yamada Masahito
  • Neurological Sciences 33(2), 399-402, 2012-04
  • … We describe a female PD patient who later developed progressive conduction aphasia characterized by phonemic paraphasia and disturbance in repetition of short sentences without disturbance in writing or auditory comprehension. …
  • NAID 120003386992

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paraphasia par·a·pha·sia (pār'ə-fā'zhə) or par·a·phra·si·a (-frā'zē-ə, -zhə) n. Aphasia in which one loses the power of speaking correctly, substitutes one word for another, and jumbles words and sentences in such a way as to make ...
paraphasia /para·pha·sia/ (-fa´zhah) partial aphasia in which the patient employs wrong words, or uses words in wrong and senseless combinations (choreic p.). par·a·pha·sia (păr′ə-fā′zhə) or par·a·phra·sia (-frā′zhə) n. Aphasia in ...

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