mixed receptive-expressive language disorder

[DSM-IV] a communication disorder involving both the expression and the comprehension of language, either spoken or signed. Patients have difficulties with language production, such as in the selection of words and the creation of appropriate sentences, and also have trouble understanding words, sentences, or specific types of words.

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