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palilalia

 [pal″ĭ-la´le-ah]
a condition in which a phrase or word is repeated with increasing rapidity.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

pal·i·phra·si·a

(pal'i-frā'zē-ă)
In speech, involuntary repetition of words or sentences.
See also: echolalia
Synonym(s): palilalia.
[G. palin, again, + phrasis, speech]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

palilalia

The repetition of words or phrases with increasing rapidity. Palilalia is a feature of an organic brain disorder.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Resumen de los tipos de tics Tic Tic No tic vocal motor Coprofeno-meno Coprolalia X Copropaxia X Coprografia X Coprolaliopraxia X Coprolalia mental X Ecofenomeno Ecolalia X Ecopraxia X Ecolaliopraxia X Otros Palilalia X Palilaliopraxia X Risa inapropiada X Fuente: elaboracion propia.
Participant A and Participant B emitted palilalia and Participant C emitted vocal stereotypy (e.g., /ee/) during instruction as well as in free play settings (e.g., toy area).
Sometimes patients stutter or have palilalia. These patients have normal olfaction.
Clasificacion de los tics Tipo de tic Caracteristicas Ejemplo Tics motores Involucran un pequeno Guinar los ojos, encoger simples numero de grupos los hombros, muecas musculares Tics motores Simulan movimientos Saltos, extension simultanea complejos intencionados de brazos y piernas gesticulacion obscena (copropraxia) imitacion de movimientos de otra persona (ecopraxia) Tics vocales Emision de sonidos o Grunir, aullar, chasquidos o simples palabras no carraspeos inteligibles Tics vocales Pronunciacion de Repeticion de las propias complejos silabas o frases palabras (palilalia), fuera de contexto repeticion de frases o palabras pronunciadas por otros (ecolalia), lenguaje obsceno (coprolalia), se incluyen tambien cambios en el acento o la prosodia Tabla 3.