This book provides a synopsis of the important communicative impairments associated with 160 multiple anomaly syndromes likely to be encountered by speech-language pathologists. It describes the types of speech, voice, resonance, language, and cognitive disorders associated with each syndrome and provides up-to-date information about the etiology of each of the disorders. Summarized for each entry are a listing of the anomalies associated with the syndromes, the natural history of the disorder, and the treatment prognosis, which allows proper choices of treatment plans, and differential diagnosis. This handy pocket reference is liberally illustrated with examples of the many syndromes described.