paralexia

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dyslexia

 [dis-lek´se-ah]
inability to read, spell, and write words, despite the ability to see and recognize letters; a familial disorder with autosomal dominant inheritance that occurs more frequently in males. adj., adj dyslex´ic.

par·a·lex·i·a

(par'ă-lek'sē-ă),
Misapprehension of written or printed words, other meaningless words being substituted for them in reading.
[para- + G. lexis, speech]

par·a·lex·i·a

(par'ă-lek'sē-ă)
Misapprehension of written or printed words, other meaningless words being substituted for them in reading.
[para- + G. lexis, speech]

paralexia

A disorder causing great difficulty in reading aloud and featuring transposition of words or substitution of meaningless sounds for some words or syllables.