barylalia

barylalia

 [bar″e-la´le-ah]
indistinct, thick speech, resulting from a lesion of the central nervous system.
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barylalia

(1) Baryphonia. 
(2) A near-extinct term for indistinct or slurred speech attributed to pathology of the central nervous system—e.g., general paresis, senile dementia.
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barylalia

(bar-i-la'le-a) [ bary- + -lalia]
Indistinct, husky speech due to imperfect articulation.
Synonym: baryphonia (2)
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