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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8% of these had dysarthric speech, and that there was no speech at all in 26.
Another potential limitation was that patients may have been classified as aphasic, when in fact they may have been dysarthric.
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.
All higher functions were normal except dysarthric speech.
Before drinking, feeding, or giving oral medications, observe the following Decreased alertness or cognition [] No [] Yes--stop screening and make NPO Need to suction secretions [] No [] Yes--stop screening and make NPO Drooling [] No [] Yes--stop screening and make NPO Wet voice or breath sounds [] No [] Yes--stop screening and make NPO Slurred or dysarthric speech [] No [] Yes--stop screening and make NPO Whispered or hoarse voice quality [] No [] Yes--stop screening and make NPO Step 2.
There was weakness of the soft palate and tongue, and her speech was hoarse and dysarthric.
With speech impairment now, to be interpreted either as a dysphasic or dysarthric component (Bazner & Hennerici 2005b: 154)--the clumsy-hand syndrome due to a lacunar infarction in the basal ganglia or brain stem--, he had a new breakdown in 1745, leaving him "a good deal disordered in his head" (Deutsch 1955).
On January 4, she experienced acute onset of ataxia and dysarthric speech with slurred pronunciation.
A second study was developed to establish whether the unexpected results from study 1 were related to the Myoton-3's ability to detect orofacial stiffness, confounds associated with the complex nature of a dysarthric population, or both.
On physical examination, he was alert and oriented to place and person and was dysarthric.
The patient's speech was slow, but not dysarthric and cranial nerves were intact.