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Les capacités non verbales en phase aiguë de l'AVC : facteur prédictif du devenir aphasique ?

Abstract : The purpose of this research is to provide a new tool to assess the patients’ abilities after stroke in order to improve long term prognosis in aphasia. To date, few published tests exist especially for the assessment of language in acute stroke and none of them includes non-verbal abilities. The aim of our study was consequently to design a battery of tests with only nonverbal items: the Auditory Non-Verbal Rapid Test (ANVRT). This set of tests is split into two parts (A and B). Nine participants completed the three stages of the test (one day - D1, eight days -D8 and three months after stroke - 3M) after left ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke. In the acute phase, a verbal test was proposed with ANVRT A and B: Aphasia Rapid Test (Azual al. 2013) and the evaluation at three months was based on the scale of severity of aphasia (BDAE). Results show that performance on non-verbal tasks is better than performance on verbal tasks. On the other hand, concerning the prognostic value, only one correlation has been found between the ANVRT A in addition of the ART in acute stage and results at three months.
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Lucie Ferraro. Les capacités non verbales en phase aiguë de l'AVC : facteur prédictif du devenir aphasique ?. Sciences cognitives. 2016. ⟨dumas-01357634⟩

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