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COMMUNICATION DISORDERS: DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS Summary. Objective. To evaluate components of clinical semiology in the differential diagnosis of communication disorders (TC) and their possible biological markers. We consider two groups, according to the communication disorders themselves and their effects on social interaction. In the first case both(More)
OBJECTIVE At the present time the study of epileptogenesis is becoming increasingly interested in the function of ionic channels in which localization of new gene sites and mutations have been aetiopathogenically related to certain syndromes involving epilepsy. The pathology of these channels known as channelopathies is responsible for a certain number of(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate components of clinical semiology in the differential diagnosis of communication disorders (TC) and their possible biological markers. We consider two groups, according to the communication disorders themselves and their effects on social interaction. In the first case both aspects are affected in parallel and in the second it is(More)
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