αφασία εκπομπής

English translation: expressive aphasia/Broca\'s aphasia

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Greek term or phrase:αφασία εκπομπής
English translation:expressive aphasia/Broca\'s aphasia
Entered by: Dylan Edwards

14:23 Feb 15, 2012
Greek to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Greek term or phrase: αφασία εκπομπής
What's the correct English term?

Is this synonymous with κινητική αφασία and αφασία Broca?
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Dylan Edwards
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expressive aphasia/Broca's aphasia
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D. Harvatis
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expressive aphasia/Broca's aphasia


Explanation:
See reference.

D. Harvatis
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Reference information:
Apparently, it's the same thing. The full term is "αφασία εκπομπής λόγου", i.e. expressive aphasia which is synonymous with motor/Broca aphasia.


    Reference: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=...
    Reference: http://www.iwn.gr/datafiles/parts/2028.htm
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