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Étude pilote d’utilisation de l’outil de dépistage de l’aphasie DTLA (Dépistage des Troubles du Langage chez l’Adulte et la personne âgée) en phase subaiguë de l’AVC chez le sujet âgé

Abstract : After a stroke, patients often suffer from aphasia. This disorder must be managed early in speech therapy to promote language recovery. However, at the acute phase of the stroke, a cerebral reorganization sets up, which can then change the expression of the language disorders. Screening for language disorders after spontaneous recovery therefore seems relevant. However, presently, no tool exists for screening for aphasia in the subacute phase of stroke. To fill this gap, we thought that the Detection Test for Language impairments in Adults and the Aged (DTLA) could be used for this purpose. We therefore proposed this test to two aphasic subjects in the subacute stroke phase and compared each DTLA subscore to other validated and standardized battery tests. Secondarily, graphic tasks were proposed. Our experimentation has revealed that this tool detects language disorders and opens up perspectives for the analysis of graphic markers in this population. These results are nevertheless to be confirmed given the size of our sample.
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Laura Guin. Étude pilote d’utilisation de l’outil de dépistage de l’aphasie DTLA (Dépistage des Troubles du Langage chez l’Adulte et la personne âgée) en phase subaiguë de l’AVC chez le sujet âgé. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02945598⟩

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