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Aka: Echophenomena, Echolalia, Echopraxia, Palilalia
  1. Definitions
    1. Echolalia
      1. Repeating other person's words or statements
    2. Echopraxia
      1. Imitating other person's actions
    3. Palilalia
      1. Repeating patient's own statements

Echolalia (C0013528)

Definition (NCI) A symptom of neurologic or psychiatric dysfunction in which the individual involuntarily and meaninglessly repeats a recently heard word, series of words, or a song.
Definition (MSH) Involuntary ("parrot-like"), meaningless repetition of a recently heard word, phrase, or song. This condition may be associated with transcortical APHASIA; SCHIZOPHRENIA; or other disorders. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p485)
Concepts Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction (T048)
MSH D004454
SnomedCT 64712007
English Echolalia, ECHOLALIA, Echo Reaction, Reaction, Echo, Reactions, Echo, Echo Speech, Speech, Echo, Echophrasia, Echolalia [Disease/Finding], echolalia, echo speech, Echo speech, Echolalia (finding)
French ECHOLALIE, Echolalie, Écholalie, Répétition en écho, Échophrasie
Portuguese ECOLALIA, Ecolalia
Spanish ECOLALIA, ecolalia (hallazgo), ecolalia, habla ecolálica, Ecolalia
German ECHOLALIE, Echolalie, Echophrasie
Swedish Tvångsupprepning av ord
Japanese ハンキョウゲンゴ, 反響音声, 反響言語, 反響言語症, 反響語
Czech echolálie, Echolalie
Finnish Ekolalia
Italian Ecofrasia, Ecolalia
Polish Echolalia
Hungarian Echolalia
Norwegian Automatisk herming, Ekkofrasi, Ekkolali
Dutch echolalie, Echolalie
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

Echopraxia (C0233613)

Concepts Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction (T048)
SnomedCT 33184005
Italian Ecoprassia
Japanese 反響動作, ハンキョウドウサ
English echopraxia, echopraxia (physical finding), echopraxia was observed, Echopraxia, Imitates movements, Echopraxia (finding)
Czech Echopraxie
Hungarian Echopraxia
Spanish ecopraxia (hallazgo), ecopraxia, imitación de los movimientos, Ecopraxia
Portuguese Ecopraxia
Dutch naäperij
French Echopraxie
German Echopraxie
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

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