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Speech dis./Pharm

Speech disorders and Pharmacology

What is the loss of the ability to speak? aphasia
What is the inability to understand language? receptive aphasia
What is the inability to express words by speaking or writing? expressive aphasia
What is the form of aphasia in which the person is unable to write? agraphasia
What is the loss of voice? aphonia
What is the difficulty in speaking? dysphonia
What is the imperfect articulation of speech; difficulty in putting words together? dysarthria
What is impairment of speech? dysphasia
What is the drug that acts as a stimulant, like caffeine? analeptic
What is the drug that takes away pain? analgesic
What is a drug that takes away pain and also reduces fever? antipyretic
What is analgesic capable of causing stupor? narcotic analgesic
What is the drug that works against or controls epilepsy? anticonvulsant
What is the preparation capable of producing stupor or a decrease in mental awareness? narcotic
Created by: FMHSAHS102