By Bruce E. Murdoch
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No examples of logorrhea, verbal stereotypes or perseverations were noted in any subjects. These earlier reports of low incidence of paraphasia are in marked contrast to the findings of Van Hout et al. (1985) which showed positive semiology in all 11 subjects studied by them. ) All 11 subjects examined by Van Hout et al. (1985) between 4 and 10 years of age showed verbal or phonemic paraphasias. In addition, perseverations and stereotypes were also frequently produced. 23 Acquired Neurological Speech/Language Disorders in Childhood The types of paraphasic errors seen in children with acquired aphasia have been documented by several authors.
Reading problems, however, were only evident in 40 per cent of the subjects with left hemisphere lesions. Hécaen (1983) further investigated the relationship between the number of subjects presenting with reading or writing disorders and the cause, localization of the brain injury and the age of the subject. e. 90 per cent) than those over 10 years (45 per cent). Hécaen (1983) noted that reading disorders tend to be very common in the early stages post-onset but then tend to disappear rapidly and completely, while writing disorders may persist.
The localization of the cerebral lesion has also been implicated as a factor that influences recovery from acquired childhood aphasia. , 1985). Although Alajouanine and Lhermitte (1965) suggested a relationship between lesion localization and recovery, they did not cite any specific examples to illustrate how the site of the cerebral damage influences the prognosis for recovery. Contradictory findings have been reported in the literature on the importance of concomitant neurological signs as a prognostic indicator in acquired childhood aphasia.
Acquired Neurological Speech Language Disorders In Childhood (Brain Damage, Behaviour and Cognition) by Bruce E. Murdoch