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[cerebrovascular Disease: Language Acquisition In Preschool Children].
Arquivos De Neuro-psiquiatria. v. 63, n. 3B, p. 807-13, 2005-Sep.
Oliveira, Karina Tamarozzi de
Moura-Ribeiro, Maria Valeriana L de
Ciasca, Sylvia Maria
We describe ten children, aging 5 years and 1 month until 5 years and 11 months, when the phonoaudiological assessment was conducted. They are divided according to cerebrovascular disease, in CVD group (CVD-G) and control group (cG). Children were seen and CVD was confirmed in the acute phase at UNICAMP hospital. Audiologic assessment, protocol for Infant language assessment, and Peabody picture vocabulary test were used in the evaluations. The qualitative analysis of the subjects from a phonoaudiological and neurological point of view has shown the recovery of acquired language disorder (ALD) with no influence whatsoever in the development of 2 subjects and subtle language and/or learning process alterations for 3 subjects. The cases study has revealed that all aspects of language development in preschool children should be analyzed in an individual, quantitative, and qualitative basis to lead to conclusive findings.63807-13