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'''Buccofacial apraxia''' (or '''orofacial apraxia'''): Non-verbal oral or '''buccofacial ideomotor apraxia''' is a form of [[apraxia]] in which there is difficulty carrying out movements of the face on demand. For example, an inability to lick one's lips or whistle.
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'''Buccofacial apraxia''' (or '''orofacial apraxia''' '''non-verbal oral apraxia''' or '''buccofacial ideomotor apraxia'''): is a form of [[apraxia]] in which there is difficulty carrying out movements of the face on demand. For example, an inability to lick one's lips or whistle.
   
   

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Buccofacial apraxia (or orofacial apraxia non-verbal oral apraxia or buccofacial ideomotor apraxia): is a form of apraxia in which there is difficulty carrying out movements of the face on demand. For example, an inability to lick one's lips or whistle.


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