Acquired Speech and Language Disorders. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2170417
  • Book
  • 376 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Acquired Speech and Language Disorders offers a unique integrated approach to the neurology and anatomical functions of speech language disorders. The book provides a specific and thorough explanation of the neurological basis of speech and language deficits occurring subsequent to neurological diseases or brain injury. It provides comprehensive coverage of both the clinically recognized forms of aphasia and motor speech disorders, in both adults and children; as well as more recently recognized language disorders such as Parkinson’s and related diseases, right hemisphere damage, closedhead injury and dementia. Finally, in addition, recently–developed brain imaging methods such as MRI and PET are outlined and their implications for speech–language pathology discussed. The second edition of this important text has been thoroughly revised and updated with brand new material.
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1 Neuroanatomical and neuropathological framework of speech and language 1

2 Aphasia syndromes 47

3 Subcortical aphasia syndromes 78

4 Speech–language disorders associated with traumatic brain injury 118

5 Language disorders subsequent to right–hemisphere lesions 153

6 Language disturbances in dementia syndromes 176

7 Language disorders associated with diseases of the cerebral white matter 202

8 Neurological disturbances associated with aphasia 226

9 Dysarthrias associated with upper and lower motor neurone lesions 244

10 Dysarthrias associated with extrapyramidal syndromes 271

11 Dysarthrias associated with lesions in other motor systems 303

12 Acquired childhood speech–language disorders 333

Index 370

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Professor Bruce E. Murdoch is the Director of the Centre for Neurogenic Communication Disorders Research and Head of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. He is the founding editor of the Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing, the Foundation President of the Asia Pacific Society for the Study of Speech, Language and Hearing; and Vice–President of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics.
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