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a type of acquired dyslexia marked by many reading errors consisting of the supplementation or transposing of letters in words . The resulting misread words are frequently quite alike to the real words.

VISUAL DYSLEXIA: "Visual dyslexia was posited by Freda Newcombe and John C. Marshall, British neuropsychologists."

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