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Recovery of aphasia after stroke: a 1-year follow-up study
Semantics, phonology, and syntax are essential elements of aphasia diagnosis and treatment. Until now, these linguistic components have not been specifically addressed in follow-up studies of aphasiaExpand
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Long-term prognosis of aphasia after stroke
Background The long-term functional outcome of aphasia after stroke is uncertain, even though this information is needed as early as possible for adequate patient care and support. This observationalExpand
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Screening tests for aphasia in patients with stroke: a systematic review
Aphasia has a large impact on the quality of life and adds significantly to the costs of stroke care. Early recognition of aphasia in stroke patients is important for prognostication and well-timedExpand
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The ScreeLing: occurrence of linguistic deficits in acute aphasia post-stroke.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the occurrence of semantic, phonological and syntactic deficits in acute aphasia with the ScreeLing after the establishment of its psychometric properties. To examine theExpand
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A 3-year evolution of linguistic disorders in aphasia after stroke
Aphasia recovery after stroke has been the subject of several studies, but in none the deficits on the various linguistic levels were examined, even though in the diagnosis and treatment of aphasiaExpand
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Nonlinguistic Cognitive Impairment in Poststroke Aphasia
Background and objectives. Information on cognitive impairment in aphasic patients is limited. Our aim was to investigate the prevalence and course of nonlinguistic cognitive impairments in the firstExpand
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Prediction of everyday verbal communicative ability of aphasic stroke patients after inpatient rehabilitation
ABSTRACT Background: Early accurate prediction of verbal communicative ability at discharge from inpatient rehabilitation is essential for rehabilitation professionals to provide reliable prognosticExpand
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Validation of a prediction model for long-term outcome of aphasia after stroke
BackgroundAbout 30% of stroke patients suffer from aphasia. As aphasia strongly affects daily life, most patients request a prediction of outcome of their language function. Prognostic models provideExpand
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