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coprolalia

 [kop″ro-la´le-ah]
compulsive, stereotyped use of obscene language, particularly of words relating to feces; seen in some cases of schizophrenia and Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome.
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cop·ro·la·li·a

(kop'rō-lā'lē-ă),
Involuntary utterances of vulgar or obscene words; found in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome.
Synonym(s): coprophrasia
[copro- + G. lalia, talk]
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coprolalia

(kŏp′rə-lā′lē-ə)
n.
The involuntary, often obsessive use of obscene or scatological language that may accompany certain mental disorders, such as Tourette syndrome.
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coprolalia

Scatologia The use of words, phrases, and 'colorful' language that is regarded as obscene which may be a manifestation of paraphilia or Tourette syndrome. Cf Telephone scatologia.
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cop·ro·la·li·a

(kop'rō-lā'lē-ă)
Involuntary utterances of vulgar or obscene words; seen in Tourette syndrome.
[G. copros, filth + G. lalia, talk]
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coprolalia

Sustained obscenity of speech.
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Coprolalia

The involuntary expression of obscene words or phrases.
Mentioned in: Tourette Syndrome
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