In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(physical, mental)discapacidad femininevisual impairment — problemas de vista feminine
- speech impairment — impedimento del habla
- I foresee no further impairments to her progress — no veo más impedimentos para su progreso
- Children may have other disabilities like physical impairment or they may be autistic.
- His ability to sue for lost earning capacity and physical impairment is now right out the window.
- The patient clearly had marked impairment of cognitive and memory functions.
- Depression seems to be a concomitant symptom of cognitive impairment rather than an independent risk factor.
- Genetic reasons and diseases can cause hearing impairment, according to the doctor.
- Negative likelihood ratios were zero or close to it, showing no hearing impairment when the test is negative.
- Psychologically he appeared normal today and there was no evident impairment of memory or intellect.
- Here is where I feel the need to point out the difference between disability and impairment.
- Diagnosing hearing impairment in all infants before the age of six months is the aim of the study.
- The effect was accompanied by memory impairment and high levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
- The developing debate about the genetic causes of disease and impairment is nothing compared to the rows that are in store.
- His head injuries resulted in severe memory loss and general mental impairment.
- Hearing and visual impairment along with the spasticity of his limbs have not reined in the artist in him.
- Keep this in mind, particularly if you're feeling any kind of dizziness or hearing impairment.
- Speech and language impairment can often fall into the same category.
- None of them were apparently suffering from any disease or health impairment.
- Later, it was said that they affected the brain and could cause memory impairment.
- From an early age, Smith had a serious hearing impairment that made it difficult to understand her speech.
- It includes specialist guides for example, on working with people with brain injuries or visual impairment.
- If he does, he must be suffering from some serious mental impairment.
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