bradylalia

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bradylalia

 [brad″e-la´le-ah]
abnormally slow utterance due to a central nervous system lesion; bradyphasia.
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bra·dy·arth·ri·a

(brad'ē-arth'rē-ă),
A form of dysarthria characterized by an abnormal slowness or deliberation in speech.
Synonym(s): bradyglossia (2) , bradylalia, bradylogia
[brady- + G. arthroō, to utter distinctly, fr. arthron, a joint]
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bradylalia

Bradyglossia Neurology Abnormally slow speech
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bra·dy·arth·ri·a

(brad'ē-ahrth'rē-ă)
A form of dysarthria characterized by an abnormal slowness or deliberateness of speech.
Synonym(s): bradyglossia (2) , bradylalia, bradylogia.
[brady- + G. arthroō, to utter distinctly, fr. arthron, a joint]
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