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What does this mean please ?child 6 has language difficulty grammar immaturities , comprehension of spoken language retain of vocab and expressive

What does this mean please ?child 6 has language difficulty grammar immaturities , comprehension of spoken language retain of vocab and expressive

Many possibilities: There are a number of different conditions that might cause these symptoms. If your child's school has an assessment team ask them to help. If not contact a psychologist. ...Read more

Dr. Steven Beer
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Loss Of Speech (Definition)

Mutism = inability to speak. Aphasia = loss of ...Read more


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How to talk confidently in front of global audience without trembling?

How to talk confidently in front of global audience without trembling?

Meds may help: Sounds like anxiety with public speaking, often medications of the beta-blocker family are effective for this. ...Read more

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Want to learn more about mental process of dissociation. Am diagnosed with epilepsy (grand mal and aphasic seizures). MDs seem to know little about ?

Want to learn more about mental process of dissociation.  Am diagnosed with epilepsy (grand mal and aphasic seizures). 
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Seizure : These are all different things. The first is a mental process usually used to remove oneself from feeling during emotional trauma and the others are seizures ...Read more

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How do those with dysphasia talk?

How do those with dysphasia talk?

It depends: Those with dysphasia (also called aphasia) can have various problems with speaking depending on the area of the brain affected since different parts of the brain control different language functions. Speech therapy helps people improve. This term is often confused with dysphagia (swallowing problem). ...Read more

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Grandson 2 years old with a disorder chromizone 2q37. Born with open soft palette no muscles to speak of, very little verbalization.?

Grandson 2 years old with a disorder chromizone 2q37. Born with open soft palette no muscles to speak of, very little verbalization.?

Your question is ???: The statement you made does not really pose a question. Please start over & ask a question within your submission.Submissions are not linked on the site so please put in the basics & the question. ...Read more

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What happens in people with broca's aphasia?

What happens in people with broca's aphasia?

Broca's: These patients have an 'expressive' aphasia. Their reception is good and therefore understand everything, however they are unable to express themselves, their speech comes out like gibberish and doesn't make sense. This is often highly frustrating because they know what they want to say but just can't get it out properly. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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5yr girl diagnosed with (r) hemiplegia focal epilepsy. In people speak, not doctor speak, what is wrong with my child?

5yr girl diagnosed with (r) hemiplegia focal epilepsy. In people speak, not doctor speak, what is wrong with my child?

.: Hemiplegia - means a side of the body is paralyzed. Will after hand trunk and leg on the same side. Depending on which level of the brain is affected it may be associated with more symptoms. Focal epilepsy means that the child has seizure activity which is not affecting the full brain. A specific part of the brain is sending out the epilepsy signals and it is not affecting consciousness of child. ...Read more

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Is aphasia notieceable to a neurolgoist or speech therapist? Even in the earliest stages?

Is aphasia notieceable to a neurolgoist or speech therapist? Even in the earliest stages?

Yes: If an appropriate speech evaluation is completed, and there is a true expressive or receptive aphasia, even a mild dysnomia, this should be readily discerned. ...Read more

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Explain viscosity personality (especially in temporal lobe epilepsy)? Does it include being stuck on just a few interests or topics of conversation?

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Explain viscosity personality (especially in temporal lobe epilepsy)? Does it include being stuck on just a few interests or topics of conversation?

Viscous personality: It is the behavioral tendency to talk repetitively & circumstantially about a restricted range of topics. These subjects are also clingy to people. ...Read more

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Please tell me what "complex partial seizures with secondary generalization" it?

Please tell me what "complex partial seizures with secondary generalization" it?

CPS: A complex partial seizure (cps) is one that starts in one area of the brain, and can cause symptoms on one side of your body. Secondary generalization means that the seizure then spreads to the rest of the brain and usually cause full body stiffening and shaking. ...Read more

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Petit mal seizure? Sister's speech froze, eyes twitch, denies anything wrong, and continues with sentence. Sleeps with eyes open sometimes. How to tx?

Petit mal seizure? Sister's speech froze, eyes twitch, denies anything wrong, and continues with sentence. Sleeps with eyes open sometimes. How to tx?

See neurology: She needs to see a neurologist to get tested and officially diagnosed as their are certain medications and prescribed treatments that can aide with seizure disorders. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What are brocas aphasia, and wernicke's aphasia?

Different: Broca's aphasia is difficulty in expressing speech. Werniche's aphasia is difficulty in understanding speech. That's oversimplified but still an adequate answer. ...Read more

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What are the chances dad had 3 strokes bleed in brain taking seizures in hospital losing power in arm slurring speech face distorted?

What are the chances dad had 3 strokes bleed in brain taking seizures in hospital losing power in arm slurring speech face distorted?

Below: Your questions should be addressed to the DR's taking care of your father. They have his full medical history and current medical status. ...Read more

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What are the biggest risks to a male child who has growing diagnosis of tourets, ocd, odd, disturbance of conduct, anxiety . Do?

What are the biggest risks to a male child who has growing diagnosis of tourets, ocd, odd, disturbance of conduct, anxiety . Do?

A good doctor: A board certified child psychiatrist would be the best one to help sort out the various conditions you mentioned. I would tackle first the one which is the greatest problem at the present time. Good luck. ...Read more

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My 6 yr old was diagnosed with pdd-nos ADHD odd tics anxiety and expressive and receptive language disorder how do I deal with the melt downs?

My 6 yr old was diagnosed with pdd-nos ADHD odd tics anxiety and expressive and receptive language disorder how do I deal with the melt downs?

Combination approach: Programs for management would include medications such as stimulants and Amantadine, clonidine for the tics and anxiety and consult with a behavioral psychologist. A consultation with a speech and language therapist may help with the language difficulties. ...Read more

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Scared of talking with my psychologist about sexual child abuse. Need some reassurance?

Scared of talking with my psychologist about sexual child abuse. Need some reassurance?

Embarrasement: In therapy, your goal is to let go of fixed ways of looking at your life and behaviors, rethink and redirect them and move forward to a happier life.The abuse has power over you, or you wouldn't have difficulty.Discussing it with a trusted doc can help you let go of a fixed idea.You are not defined by the events, but by the whole person you are and can be. Do the work to gain the benefits. ...Read more

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Woud you please discuss the challenges of cerebral palsy?

Woud you please discuss the challenges of cerebral palsy?

Depends: Cerebral palsy means a physical or brain deficit from a brain injury. Sometimes the intellect is unaffected and limbs are weak and spastic. Some intelligence loss can also be a problem. Eye movements and gaze can be affected. It depends on what part of the brain incurred an injury in the abnormal functions that result. ...Read more

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Any docs with any experience dealing with chronophobia (the neurotic fear of time)? If so, what was the patient like?

Any docs with any experience dealing with chronophobia (the neurotic fear of time)? If so, what was the patient like?

Will get back to you: Distracted by their timepiece. Often early for appointments and wanting a little more time at the end. Fastidious and somewhat obsessive compulsive in personality. Rigid to the point it was experienced as sometimes controlling by others in particular their spouses. Time itself seemed to be an adversary. ...Read more

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Loss Of Speech (Definition)

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Dr. Steven Beer
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Speech Deficits (Definition)

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