El lenguaje como marco de abordaje de cromosomopatías de baja prevalencia

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Carmen Varo Varo

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En la actualidad los conocimientos sobre cromosomopatías y sus manifestaciones fenotípicas son bastante amplios, especialmente en lo que atañe a aquellos trastornos de mayor prevalencia como la dislexia, el autismo, el síndrome de Down, etc., para los que desde hace años se viene trabajando en protocolos normalizados de diagnóstico temprano y de intervención psicológica y logopédica. No ocurre lo mismo con aquellas alteraciones cromosómicas de menor prevalencia, habitualmente incluidas en amplios catálogos de enfermedades raras, pese a que también conllevan importantes carencias cognitivas y lingüísticas. Este hecho supone un gran escollo para la actuación eficaz y coordinada entre especialistas en los tratamientos dirigidos a incrementar las competencias comunicativas y lingüísticas de esta población y, en suma, a mejorar su calidad de vida. 

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clinical linguistics, low prevalence chromosomopathies, language development, language processing, language assessment linguistique clinique, chromosomopathies à faible prévalence, développement du langage, traitement du langage, évaluation linguistique Lingüística clínica., cromosomopatías de baja prevalencia, desarrollo del lenguaje, procesamiento lingüístico, evaluación del lenguaje

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Varo Varo, C. (2020). El lenguaje como marco de abordaje de cromosomopatías de baja prevalencia. Pragmalingüística, (2), 354-372. https://doi.org/10.25267/Pragmalinguistica.2020.iextra2.22
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