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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A pilot study into the effect of vocal exercises and singing on dysarthric speech.
Neurologic examination revealed hypophonic and dysarthric speech, orobuccolingual dyskinesias, and severe bilateral arm and leg ballismus.
Dementia in HD is subcortical including deficits in processing speed, attention, visuospatial impairment, and dysarthric speech [12].
Tongue force in normals and in dysarthric patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
It was also observed that 42% of the patients had normal speech, that 31.8% of these had dysarthric speech, and that there was no speech at all in 26.2% of the children.
Another potential limitation was that patients may have been classified as aphasic, when in fact they may have been dysarthric. The final limitation was that knowing this was a part of a quality control study may have influenced screening practices.
She was dysarthric when the episode was unilateral and mute when it was bilateral.
She was dysarthric, had a moderate intellectual disability, and demonstrated a complex IV defect in her skeletal muscle [18].
He displayed dysarthric speech and ataxic gait, and he scored 4/5 in upper and lower extremity strength testing.
Tremor, choreiform movements, dysarthric speech, Parkinsonism, dementia and depressive mood state findings were determined in the neurological examination of the patient, who was started on intravenous Meropenem 2x1gr daily for his infection.