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Alexia, The Loss of the Ability to Read

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Due to its consequences, the condition of alexia could be said to be one of the most extraordinary disorders. The French neurologist Joseph Jules Dejerine first described this disorder in 1881 after studying a patient with a stroke. It manifests itself in a patient’s inability to read after suffering an injury. It’s important to differentiate alexia from a developmental or learning disorder. In fact, alexia refers to the loss of the ability to read after an injury. In other words, a person who could read perfectly prior to the injury can no longer do so afterward. It may seem doubtful that…

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Chantal Maille
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