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Predicting the outcome of anomia therapy for people with aphasia post CVA: Both language and cognitive status are key predictors
The aim of this study was to determine whether it was possible to predict therapy gain from participants' performance on background tests of language and cognitive ability. To do this, we amalgamatedExpand
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How intensive does anomia therapy for people with aphasia need to be?
The intensity of aphasia therapy has been a key clinical question. The aim of this case-series study was to compare the outcome of intensive and non-intensive therapy in the relearning of words forExpand
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How many words should we provide in anomia therapy? A meta-analysis and a case series study
Aims: This study investigated whether the number of words provided in naming therapy affects the outcome. A second aim was to investigate whether severity of anomia should be used to determine theExpand
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Vascular Function at Baseline in the Hemodialysis Fistula Maturation Study
Background End‐stage renal disease is accompanied by functional and structural vascular abnormalities. The objective of this study was to characterize vascular function in a large cohort of patientsExpand
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Using phonemic cueing of spontaneous naming to predict item responsiveness to therapy for anomia in aphasia.
BACKGROUND Anomia refers to difficulties retrieving words and is 1 of the most common symptoms of aphasia and hence often the target of therapy. The principal aim of the present study was to explore,Expand
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