dysprosody


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dys·pro·sod·y

, dysprosodia (dis-pros'ŏ-dē, -ă)
Impairment in ability to apply normal speech intonation patterns.
See also: aprosody

dysprosody

(dĭs-prŏs′ă-dē)
Lack of the normal rhythm, melody, and articulation of speech. This condition may be present in patients with parkinsonism and in other disorders.
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