Definition of Anorthography

1. Noun. A loss of the ability to write or to express thoughts in writing because of a brain lesion.

Exact synonyms: Agraphia, Logagraphia
Generic synonyms: Brain Disease, Brain Disorder, Encephalopathy



Medical Definition of Anorthography

1. Synonym: agraphia. Origin: G. An-priv. + orthos, straight, + grapho, to write (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anorthography

anorexically
anorexics
anorexies
anorexigenic
anorexigenics
anorexy
anormal
anorthic
anorthite
anorthites
anorthitic
anorthoclase
anorthoclases
anorthography (current term)
anorthominasragrite
anorthopia
anorthopias
anorthoscope
anorthoscopes
anorthoscopic
anorthoscopic-perception
anorthoscopic perception
anorthosite
anorthosites
anorthositic
anoscope
anoscopy
anosigmoidoscopy

Literary usage of Anorthography

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1. Practitioner's medical dictionary by George Milbry Gould (1910)
"... priv.; 6/>/>of, serum; pola, a How]. A diminished or defective secretion of serous substance. anorthography (an-ur-//iag'-ra-¡ci [áu, priv.; ..."

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