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HNO 1997 Aug;45(8):638-42
ICD-10 diagnosis of specific speech and language development disorders
Eisenwort B, Willinger U, Volkl-Kernstock S, Hurch B.
Diagnostics of developmental speech- and language disorders is based primarily
on the criteria severity of involvement and pattern. Regarding phonological
disorders single word articulation tests are widely used because of efficiency
considerations. However they are insufficient for ICD-10 diagnostics, because
severity of involvement and pattern are influenced from the fact that children
are spontaneously talking or giving single word responses. "Percentage of
Consonants Correct (PCC)" and "Percentage of Consonants Correct for early,
middle and late consonants" are described as an articulation competence metric,
whereas "Natural Process Analysis" is proposed to describe the pattern of the
disorder. Three case studies are used to outline the methods. Data show that
"Percentage of Consonants Correct" is a good metric to index severity of
involvement and "Natural Process Analysis" is a prerequisite to describe the
pattern of the disorder.
MMW Munch Med Wochenschr 1983 Oct 28;125(43):971-3
Partial brain dysfunctions. Their nature and their significance in child development
ZFA (Stuttgart) 1979 Nov 10;55(31):1746-51
Sexual deviations during puberty and their consequences
Friedrich MH, Reinelt T, Spiel W.
Fortschr Med 1978 Feb 16;96(7):335-40
Psychological problems in sexually retarded young girls
The difficulty in reference to the psychological factors with somatically
retarded juvenile girls is to be examined as to developmental psychology,
psychodynamic, organopsychic and specific psycho-pathological criteria. The
crisis in adolescence, depressive syndromes, anorexia nervosa and sexual
education must also be noted by and brought to the attention of gynecologists.
The team work between gynecologist and psychiatrist for children and adolescents
should be intensified.