Disorder of Written Expression
Disorder of written expression is a type of learning disability in which a person’s writing ability falls substantially below normally expected range based on the individual’s age, educational background, and measured intelligence.
Wiki Number: W064
Diagnosis: Disorder of Written Expression
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Symptoms: writing disability where it falls substantially below normal expected range
Causes: may also have dyslexia, dyscalculia (math difficulties) or behavior difficulties as learning difficulties
Therapies: must support the child or adult positively to reduce fears of shame at previously-poor performances
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- The Role of Appendicectomy in Ulcerative Colitis: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysisby Silje Welsh on June 29, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: Prior appendicectomy reduces risk of future colectomy. A reciprocal increased risk of CRC/HGD may be due to prolonged exposure to subclinical colonic inflammation. The results warrant further research, as consideration may be put toward incorporating a history of appendicectomy into IBD surveillance guidelines. A potential role for therapeutic appendicectomy in refractory left-sided UC is also identified.
- Glomus tumor of the stomach: a systematic review and illustrative case reportby Andrea Pansa on June 26, 2022
Introduction Glomus tumor is a rare mesenchymal neoplasm that can be found anywhere throughout the body, includ-ing the stomach. Our goal was to present a case and a systematic review of the literature, reporting clinical, radiological, surgical, and pathological features of the disease. Methods We reviewed Pubmed and SCOPUS for all case reports and case series published after 2000. Papers written in languages different from English and letters to the editor were excluded. Screening and data...
- Predictive value of tissue p53 protein expression and serum p53 antibodies in oral potentially malignant disorders: Relative to oral squamous cell carcinomaby Abbas S Khan on June 20, 2022
CONCLUSION: The present study provides evidence (for OPMDs) that serum p53 antibodies and p53 immunoreactivity could be used as a sensitivity test and a specific test, respectively, and may contribute to determining the potential of OPMD for malignant transformation risk.
- The experience of the COVID-19 pandemic by persons with ASD: Social aspectsby Jacek Błeszyński on June 16, 2022
While causing a variety of social restrictions, the COVID-19 pandemic has also precipitated the digitalisation of public services and official procedures, reducing many, until recently necessary, immediate social interactions. This study has been conducted to investigate their perception of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on their current and future social interactions. To this end, semi-structured narrative interviews were conducted. Ten adults on the autism spectrum participated in the...