Linguistic deficits in the acute phase of stroke

@article{Doesborgh2003LinguisticD,
  title={
Linguistic deficits in the
acute phase of stroke},
  author={Suzanne Doesborgh and W. M. E. MA Sandt-Koenderman and David J. Dippel and F. MD Harskamp and P. Koudstaal and Evy Visch-Brink},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2003},
  volume={250},
  pages={
977-
982}
}
Abstract.Background and PurposeFor the diagnosis of aphasia early after stroke, several screening tests are available to support clinical judgment.None of these tests enables the clinician to assess the underlying linguistic deficits, i. e. semantic, phonological and syntactic deficits, which provides indispensable information for early therapeutic decisions. The ScreeLing was designed as a screening test to detect semantic, phonological and syntactic deficits. The ScreeLing’s sensitivity… CONTINUE READING

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