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Application clinique de l'epreuve de denomination (DEN 48) chez deux enfants epileptiques.

Discusses the symptomatology of 2 epileptic children when administered the name task with the "Epreuvues de fluence verbale et de denomination chez l'enfant d'age scolaire" (Assessment of verbal fluency and recognition in school age children; DEN 48: Jambaque, n.d.). The 1st case S (female, aged 12 yrs 8 mo) exhibited anomia with a markedly deficient vocabulary associated to verbal memory deficit. The 2nd cases (female, aged 7 yrs 6 mo) showed a marked impairment in visual recognition of pictures which suggests visual apperceptive agnosia. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)