mixed receptive-expressive language disorder

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A communication disorder characterized by levels of language comprehension and expressive language development substantially below the level of non-verbal intelligence; the deficit interfering substantially with scholastic, academic, or occupational achievement or social interaction and not being due solely to mental retardation, speech-motor or sensory deficit, environmental deprivation, or a pervasive developmental disorder. See also aphasia.

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