pseudoagraphia

pseudoagraphia

 [soo″do-ah-graf´e-ah]
a condition in which the patient can copy writing, but cannot write except in a meaningless and illegible manner.

pseu·da·graph·i·a

(sū'dă-graf'ē-ă),
Partial agraphia in which one can do no original writing but can copy correctly.
Synonym(s): pseudoagraphia
[pseud- + G. a- priv. + graphō, to write]

pseudoagraphia

/pseu·do·agraph·ia/ (-ah-graf´e-ah) echographia.

pseudoagraphia

[so̅o̅′dō·ə·graf′ē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, pseudes, false + a, graphein, not to write
a type of dysgraphia in which the patient can copy writing but cannot write to express ideas. Also called echographia.

pseu·da·graph·i·a

(sū'dă-graf'ē-ă)
Partial agraphia in which one can do no original writing but can copy correctly.
Synonym(s): pseudoagraphia.
[pseud- + G. a- priv. + graphō, to write]