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Anomic aphasia

DysnomiaNominal aphasiaAmnesic aphasia
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Pairing Word Retrieval and Physical Endurance Tasks to Treat Anomia in People With Aphasia
Status: Withdrawn
Last Changed: Jun 13, 2018
First Received: Oct 31, 2017
Disease(s): Aphasia
Intervention(s): Treatment ABAB, Treatment BABA
Locations: Quality Living, Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Chronic Aphasia - Improved by Intensive Training and Electrical Brain Stimulation
Status: Unknown status
Last Changed: Aug 27, 2013
First Received: Oct 15, 2010
Disease(s): Post-Stroke Chronic Aphasia, Anomia (Word-retrieval Impairment)
Intervention(s): Intensive language therapy, Intensive language therapy
Locations: Charite, University Medicine, Dept. of Neurology, Berlin, Germany
Rehabilitation and Prophylaxis of Anomia in Primary Progressive Aphasia
Status: Recruiting
Last Changed: Oct 24, 2018
First Received: Feb 05, 2016
Disease(s): Aphasia, Primary Progressive, Anomia, Alzheimer Disease
Intervention(s): Phonological, Orthographic, Semantic, Lexical, Untrained
Locations: Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Finding the Right Words in Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Status: Recruiting
Last Changed: May 02, 2019
First Received: Jun 25, 2018
Disease(s): Anomia, Stroke, Aphasia, Parkinson Disease, Multiple Sclerosis
Intervention(s): Semantic feature analysis, Comprehension training
Locations: University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Västra Göraland, Sweden
Chronic Aphasia - Improved by Intensive Training and Electrical Brain Stimulation (CATS)
Status: Unknown status
Last Changed: Feb 04, 2015
First Received: Aug 16, 2013
Disease(s): Aphasia, Anomia (Word-Finding Impairment)
Intervention(s): Intensive language therapy, transcranial direct current stimulation
Locations: Charite, Berlin, Germany
Speech Therapy for Aphasia: Comparing Two Treatments
Status: Completed
Last Changed: Sep 06, 2019
First Received: Jun 03, 2014
Disease(s): Stroke
Intervention(s): Semantic Feature Analysis therapy, Phonomotor Therapy
Locations: VA Puget Sound Health Care System Seattle Division, Seattle, WA, Seattle, Washington, United States
Cognitive Therapy to Improve Word Finding
Status: Completed
Last Changed: Sep 19, 2017
First Received: Jun 29, 2007
Disease(s): Anomia, Aphasia, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebrovascular Accident
Intervention(s): Errorful training condition, Errorless training condition
Locations: Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
Neurobiology of Language Recovery in Aphasia: Natural History and Treatment-Induced Recovery
Status: Completed
Last Changed: Sep 17, 2019
First Received: Aug 22, 2013
Disease(s): Aphasia, Dysgraphia, Anomia, Agrammatism, Stroke
Intervention(s): Treatment Focusing on Naming Objects, Treatment Focusing on Improving Spelling Abilities, Treatment Focusing on Improving Sentence Processing, No Treatment
Locations: Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Language Assessment and Treatment Following Acquired Brain Injury
Status: Enrolling by invitation
Last Changed: Feb 15, 2019
First Received: Oct 25, 2017
Disease(s): Brain Injuries
Intervention(s): Anomia treatment
Locations: University of Nebraska Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Targeted Electrotherapy for Aphasia Stroke Rehabilitation (TEASER) - Phase II Multi-Center Study
Status: Recruiting
Last Changed: Apr 04, 2019
First Received: Sep 03, 2015
Disease(s): Chronic Aphasia
Intervention(s): HD-tDCS (Soterix Medical, Active), HD-tDCS (Soterix Medical, Sham)
Locations: Georgetown University Medical Center (Peter Turkeltaub, MD, Ph.D.), Washington, District of Columbia, United States
University of North Carolina School of Medicine (Adam Jacks, Ph.D.), Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States