a type of aphasia, usually caused by cerebral disease, characterized by an inability to construct a grammatical or intelligible sentence while retaining the ability to speak single words.
agrammatism in child-language always appears in company with acataphasia, often also in insane persons.
The Mind of the Child, Part II W. Preyer
agrammatism a·gram·ma·tism (ā-grām’ə-tĭz’əm, ə-grām’-)
A form of aphasia characterized by the inability to produce a grammatical or intelligible sentence.
a combining form with the meaning “leader, bringer,” of that named by the initial element, occurring in loanwords from Greek (demagogue; pedagogue); used also in medical terms that denote substances inducing the expulsion or secretion of that named by the initial element (cholagogue; hemagogue). combining form indicating a person or thing that leads or incites […]
- Agranular endoplasmic reticulum
agranular endoplasmic reticulum agranular endoplasmic reticulum a·gran·u·lar endoplasmic reticulum (ā-grān’yə-lər) n. Endoplasmic reticulum lacking in ribosomal granules, usually a characteristic of cells that secrete steroid hormones.
agranulocyte agranulocyte a·gran·u·lo·cyte (ā-grān’yə-lō-sīt’, ə-grān’-) n. A nongranular white blood cell.
a serious, acute blood disease, sometimes related to drug or radiation therapy, characterized by extreme leukopenia, fever, and ulcerations of the mucous membranes. noun a serious and sometimes fatal illness characterized by a marked reduction of leucocytes, usually caused by hypersensitivity to certain drugs agranulocytosis a·gran·u·lo·cy·to·sis (ā-grān’yə-lō-sī-tō’sĭs, ə-grān’-) n. An acute disease characterized by high […]