cerebellar speech

cer·e·bel·lar speech

an explosive type of utterance, with slurring of words.

cerebellar speech

Etymology: L, cerebellum + AS, spaec
abnormal speech caused by diseases of the cerebellum, characterized by slow, jerky, and slurred articulation that may be intermittent and explosive or monotonous and unvaried in pitch. See also ataxic dysarthria.

cer·e·bel·lar speech

(ser-ă-belăr spēch)
Explosive utterance with slurring.
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Cerebellar speech representation: lesion topography in dysarthria as derived from cerebellar ischemia and functional magnetic resonance imaging.