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A '''communication disorder''' is a [[disease]] or condition that partially or totally prevents [[human communication]]. The defect can be in producing, receiving or understanding the [[communication]].
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A '''communication disorder''' is a [[disease]] or condition that partially or totally prevents [[human communication]]. The defect can be in producing, receiving or understanding the [[communication]]. They include [[speech disorders]] and [[language disorders]]
   
 
Examples of communication disorders:
 
Examples of communication disorders:
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==See also==
 
* [[Glossary of medical terms related to communications disorders]]
 
* [[Glossary of medical terms related to communications disorders]]
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* [[Laryngeal disorders]]
   
   

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A communication disorder is a disease or condition that partially or totally prevents human communication. The defect can be in producing, receiving or understanding the communication. They include speech disorders and language disorders

Examples of communication disorders:

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References & BibliographyEdit

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BooksEdit

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