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praksja oralna osłabiona

English translation: impaired oral praxis

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Polish term or phrase:praksja oralna osłabiona
English translation:impaired oral praxis
Entered by: Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.

18:38 Jan 7, 2020
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Polish term or phrase: praksja oralna osłabiona
Konsult.neurologopedyczna: Badany jest w pełnym kontakcie werbalnym. Fluencja słowna w normie. Nie obserwuje się deficytów w zakresie nazywania, powtarzania, odtwarzania automatyzmów, rozumienia poleceń. Praksja oralna osłabiona. Bez aleksji, agrafii i akalkulii.
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impaired oral praxis
Explanation:
PRAKSJA ORALNA

To umiejętność wykonywania przez aparat artykulacyjny - jego ruchome elementy ( język, wargi, podniebienie miękkie, szczęka dolna) ruchów celowych i kontrolowanych. Zamieszamy tu próby z tego zakresu.
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Oral (or oral facial) praxis or oral motor activity is defined as the ability to move the individual organs of the oral cavity (that is, in relation to the articulation of speech organs) and, in the event of oral facial praxis, with an extension of the movements to the face area


. But positively we may perceive the speech and language
therapists´ knowledge and attitude to possible assessment and treatment of orofacial praxis impairment or deviations.

The impairment of oral praxis is closely aetiologically related to cortical damage and articulation disorders; however, it must not be confused with verbal dyspraxia and apraxia since it relates to non-speech activities (with possible secondary impact on speech activities – articulation) (Luria, 2012; Vitásková, 2005, 2013; Yadegari & at al.,
2014).


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impaired oral praxis


Explanation:
PRAKSJA ORALNA

To umiejętność wykonywania przez aparat artykulacyjny - jego ruchome elementy ( język, wargi, podniebienie miękkie, szczęka dolna) ruchów celowych i kontrolowanych. Zamieszamy tu próby z tego zakresu.
http://www.test.logopedia.pl/index.php?option=com_virtuemart...
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Oral (or oral facial) praxis or oral motor activity is defined as the ability to move the individual organs of the oral cavity (that is, in relation to the articulation of speech organs) and, in the event of oral facial praxis, with an extension of the movements to the face area


. But positively we may perceive the speech and language
therapists´ knowledge and attitude to possible assessment and treatment of orofacial praxis impairment or deviations.

The impairment of oral praxis is closely aetiologically related to cortical damage and articulation disorders; however, it must not be confused with verbal dyspraxia and apraxia since it relates to non-speech activities (with possible secondary impact on speech activities – articulation) (Luria, 2012; Vitásková, 2005, 2013; Yadegari & at al.,
2014).


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Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Local time: 00:27
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
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