Paragraphia

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Paragraphia is a condition which results in the use of unintended letters or phonemes, words or syllables when writing. This is typically an acquired disorder derived from brain damage and it results in a diminished ability to effectively use written expression.[1]

Paragraphias can be classified as function of the type of writing errors: literal paragraphias, graphemic paragraphias and morphemic paragraphias. [2]

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