[dis-graf-ee-uh] /dɪsˈgræf i ə/

noun, Psychiatry.
inability to write, caused by cerebral lesion.
inability to write correctly, caused by disease of part of the brain

dysgraphia dys·graph·i·a (dĭs-grāf’ē-ə)
Impairment of the ability to write, usually caused by brain dysfunction or disease.


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