nominal aphasia → κατονομαστική αφασία, αμνησιακή αφασία, αφασία ονομασίας προσώπων και αντικειμένων, ονομαστική αφασία, δυσκατονοµασία

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nominal aphasiaκατονομαστική αφασία, αμνησιακή αφασία, αφασία ονομασίας προσώπων και αντικειμένων, ονομαστική αφασία, δυσκατονοµασία

Anomic aphasia (also known as dysnomia, nominal aphasia, and amnesic aphasia) is a mild, fluent type of aphasia where individuals have word retrieval failures and cannot express the words they want to say (particularly nouns and verbs). By contrast, anomia is a deficit of expressive language, and a symptom of all forms of aphasia, but patients whose primary deficit is word retrieval are diagnosed with anomic aphasia. Individuals with aphasia who display anomia can often describe an object in detail and maybe even use hand gestures to demonstrate how the object is used, but cannot find the appropriate word to name the object. Patients with anomic aphasia have relatively preserved speech fluency, repetition, comprehension, and grammatical speech.
Anomic aphasia - Wikipedia

anomia → ακατονομασία

ar: حبسة التسمية; ast: anomia; de: Anomia; en: anomic aphasia; eo: amnesta afazio; es: anomia; fa: نام‌پریشی; fr: anomie; ga: anóimia; gl: anomia; gv: aphasia anomagh; hu: amnesztikus afázia; it: disnomia; nl: amnestische afasie; pl: anomia; pt: afasia nominal; sr: дисномија


 

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