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Communication Disorders

Communication is one of the most important ways we are human and social. A communication disorder robs the child or adult of a critical part of being social and human. The disorder not only affects the individual, but all of their communication partners.

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Internal Medicine

Overall call number begins with an RC. The following are more specific subjects:

Subject Call Number
Neurology and psychiatry RC 321 – RC 571
Speech and language disorders RC 423 – RC 429
General works (including AAC) RC 423
Stuttering RC 424
Articulation disorders RC 424.7
Aphasia RC 425 – RC 425.7
Ingestion and Deglutition disorders RC 815.2

Otorhinolaryngology

Overall call number begins with an RF. The following are more specific subjects:

Subject Call Number
Deafness RF 286 – RF 320
Voice disorders RF 510 - RF 540

Pediatrics

Overall call number begins with an RJ. The following are more specific subjects:

Subject Call Number
Aphasia, pediatric RJ 496.A6
Speech disorders, pediatric (including articulation disorders) RJ 496.S7
Stuttering, pediatric RJ 496.S8

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