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  • n. 失语症(形容词aphasic)
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aphasia 失语症

前缀a-,没有,不能。词根phas, 说话,同phone, 说话。-ia, 疾病后缀。

aphasia (n.)
"loss of ability to speak," especially as result of brain injury or disorder, 1867, from Modern Latin aphasia, from Greek aphasia "speechlessness," from a- "without" (see a- (3)) + phasis "utterance," from phanai "to speak," related to pheme "voice, report, rumor" (see fame (n.)).
APHASIA is the term which has recently been given to the loss of the faculty of articulate language, the organs of phonation and of articulation, as well as the intelligence, being unimpaired. The pathology of this affection is at the present time the subject of much discussion in the scientific world; the French Academy devoted several of their séances during the year 1865 to its special elucidation, and the Medical Journals of France and of our own country have lately contained a good deal of original matter bearing upon this obscure feature in cerebral pathology. [Frederic Bateman, M.D., "Aphasia," London, 1868]
1. My wife is in B - four , stroke and aphasia.
我的妻子住在B -4 房间, 患的是中风和失语症.


2. The natural recovery of global, motor, sensory and subcortical aphasia was analysed.
对完全性失语症 、 运动性失语症 、 感觉性失语症和皮质下失语症的自然恢复情况进行了分析.


3. Objective : To probe the features of Bilingual aphasia of Mongolian.
目的: 探讨蒙古族皮质下双语失语症的特点.


4. Unfortunately, he suffered from sudden onset of aphasia one week later.
不幸的是, 术后一星期突然出现失语症.


5. Methods 10 stroke patients with complete aphasia were treated with language rehabilitation training.


[ aphasia 造句 ]