dysarthric

dys·ar·thric

(dis-ar'thrik),
Relating to dysarthria.

dysarthric

adjective Referring to dysarthria, see there.

dys·ar·thric

(dis-ahr'thrik)
Relating to dysarthria.
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12) reported a case with dysarthric and agrammatic speech, accompanied by word errors, that developed after right cerebellum infarction; moreover, the mutism in this case at the beginning of the process is noteworthy and constitutes an example of anarthric mutism.
On January 4, she experienced acute onset of ataxia and dysarthric speech with slurred pronunciation.
A second study was developed to establish whether the unexpected results from study 1 were related to the Myoton-3's ability to detect orofacial stiffness, confounds associated with the complex nature of a dysarthric population, or both.
Two days after admission, the patient's neurologic status began to decline further, with interval loss of right upper and lower extremity motor function as well as severely dysarthric bulbar speech.
The stroke team found the patient awake and alert but with a decreased gag reflex, dysarthric with acute left hemiparesis with no sensation in the left upper or lower extremities, and a left homonymous hemianopsia field cut.
The patient's speech was slow, but not dysarthric and cranial nerves were intact.
ENABL will seek to implement a user interface that is controllable by speech, including the dysarthric speech of persons with motor disabilities.
The effect of aging and synthetic topic cues on the intelligibility of dysarthric speech.
In addition, a neurological examination revealed dysarthric speech, right arm pronator drift with mild extensor weakness, and reflex asymmetry.
A pilot study into the effect of vocal exercises and singing on dysarthric speech.