ataxic dysarthria

a·tax·ic dys·ar·thri·a

dysarthria caused by cerebellar lesions.

a·tax·ic dys·ar·thri·a

(ă-tak'sik dis-ahr'thrē-ă)
Dysarthria associated with damage to the cerebellar system, characterized by imprecise consonants, excess and equal stress, inconsistent articulatory errors, and monotony of pitch and volume.
See: ataxia
References in periodicals archive ?
Ataxic dysarthria. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43, 1275-f289.
In patients with cerebellar dysfunction, gait ataxia, ataxic dysarthria, and nystagmus may be observed.
However, language and speech dysfunctions including ataxic dysarthria, disruption in speech habits and slowed speech continue in most patients in the long term (7, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18).