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  • "The case, say three doctors from Boston's Harvard Medical School who reported it online this week in the Archives of Neurology, suggests that 'the growing digital record will likely become an increasingly important means of identifying neurologic disease, particularly in patient populations that rely more heavily on written rather than spoken communication'.
    The authors describe the phenomenon as dystextia which is the word used by other doctors in an earlier case involving a migraine, and symptoms of a stroke diagnosed for other reasons."
    - Ivan Oransky, ‘Dystextia': gibberish texts sound stroke alarm, theage.com.au, 28 Dec 2012.

    December 28, 2012