The differential diagnosis of speech and language disorders in children is a practical pediatric problem with direct consequences on plans for treatment and general management. There is a wide-spread preference among practicing physicians and educators to refer the child to others (speech correctionists,social workers, or otolaryngologists) who may or may not have experience in all of the areas that have a direct bearing on the development of speech and language.

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