bradylexia

bradylexia

 [brad″e-lek´se-ah]
abnormal slowness in reading, due neither to defect in intelligence or of vision, nor to ignorance of the alphabet.
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bra·dy·lex·i·a

(brad'ē-lek'sē-ă),
Abnormal slowness in reading.
[brady- + G. lexis, word]
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bra·dy·lex·i·a

(brad'ē-lek'sē-ă)
Abnormalslowness in reading.
[brady- + G. lexis, word]
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bradylexia

(brad?e-leks'e-a) [Gr. bradys, slow, + lexis, word]
Abnormal slowness of reading that cannot be attributed to lack of intelligence.
See: dyslexia
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