Familial developmental dysphasia
Synonyms: Billard-Toutain-Maheut syndrome | FOXP2-associated dysphasia
Familial developmental dysphasia is a severe form of developmental verbal apraxia characterized by a deficit in spontaneous speech writing grammatical judgment and repetition defective articulation moderate to severe degree of dyspraxia a reduced use of consonant clusters and comprehension delay. Hearing and intelligence are normal.
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