postlingual

postlingual

adjective Referring to a condition that develops after the onset of speech

postlingual

(pŏst″lĭng′gwĭl) [″+ ″]
Occurring after the development and use of speech and language.
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sup][12] It is validated that the mutations of EYA genes developed no eyes and were responsible for progressive postlingual hearing loss at the deafness.
8%) children were diagnosed as postlingual hearing impaired.
Acquisition reversal; the effects of postlingual deafness in Yoruba.
Asi, el sordo postlingual sera aquel que adquiera la sordera una vez ya haya adquirido el lenguaje hablado, por lo que sera, seguramente construido socialmente como oyente; y sordo prelingual sera aquel que geneticamente este programado para ser sordo, o adquiera la sordera durante la gestacion, el parto o por enfermedad antes de aprender un minimo de lenguaje hablado, por lo que, sera construido socialmente como sordo, aunque quizas no de inmediato segun pertenezca a una familia de sordos o de oyentes.
The speechreading of adults with postlingual profound hearing impairment (persons who became hearing impaired after having established their oral language) improved when they combined speechreading with a tactile speech signal presented through a vibratory aid.
La presente investigacion tiene por finalidad disenar un prototipo tecnologico para la comunicacion a distancia de personas en situacion de discapacidad entre si, para diversas discapacidades como: discapacidad motora, ciego, sordo postlingual bilingue y sordociego postlingual, o con personas sin discapacidad.
That which occurs after development of the normal speech pattern is referred to as postlingual HL.
We divided the deaf study population data into two subpopulations based on whether the hearing loss is prelingual or postlingual (whether it occurred before or after age 3 years).
Postlingual implant subjects reported that what they heard sounded like "a radio that's out of tune" (Gutfeld 22) or "Donald Duck talking" (Weiss 17).
However, of the remaining 13,236 who experienced a postlingual and postvocational hearing loss, only 625 were successfully rehabilitated that year, using RSA's status 26 criteria.