echographia

ech·o·graph·i·a

(ek'ō-graf'ē-ă),
A form of agraphia in which one cannot write spontaneously but can write from dictation or copy.
[echo + G. graphō, to write]

echographia

/echo·graph·ia/ (o-graf´e-ah) agraphia in which the patient can copy writing but cannot write to express ideas.

echographia

ech·o·graph·i·a

(ek'ō-graf'ē-ă)
A form of agraphia in which one cannot write spontaneously but can write from dictation or copy.
[echo + G. graphō, to write]

echographia

A form of APHASIA in which the affected person, although unable to express thoughts in writing, is able accurately to copy written or printed material.