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dyslalia

 [dis-la´le-ah]
impairment of ability to speak associated with abnormality of external speech organs.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

dyslalia

(dĭs-lā′lē-ă) [″ + lalein, to talk]
Impairment of speech due to a defect of the speech organs.
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Furthermore, patient 1 displayed behavioural problems and a delay of motor and speech development with severely impaired speech comprehension and dyslalia, whereas his mother graduated from high school and attends university.
To evaluate the dysphagia and dyslalia, we obtained CT from the maxillofacial region to the thorax.
Data taken into account refers to personal and family anamnesis of children suffering of dyslalia, collected by the speech therapists from Regional Speech Therapy Center of Suceava via TERAPERS system.
According to the type of speech disorder, the majority of subjects (54%) had dyslalia, 25% had dysphasia, and stuttering was observed in 21%.
The results showed that 54% of the examinees had dyslalia, while 70% had disturbed articulation, and only 30% had a preserved and proper articulation.
Omissions of laterals occurred in 6% of subjects, substitutions in 46% of subjects and distortions in 52% of subjects with dyslalia.
As far as the pronunciation disorders are concerned, they are relatively frequent in children, consisting in deforming, substituting, omitting, inversing some sounds in spontaneous or reproduced speech, this disorder being called dyslalia. Generally, dyslalia is the inability to utter certain phonemes, permanently manifested, in any circumstances, both in spontaneous and repeated speech, in words, syllables or in trying to utter the isolated phoneme.
Starting from the premise that between the children with speech disorders (dyslalia, dysgraphia) and the children with a normally developed language there are differences in the psychomotor sphere, we tried during our research to highlight the relationship between some aspects of psychomotricity and speech disorders (dyslalia, dysgraphia).
the proven efficacy of integrating computer-based programs within the classical speech therapy of dyslalia (educational and therapeutic software) for the English language, such as the OLP-Ortho-Logo-Paedia System, Laureate Learning Systems, etc.;
The therapeutic techniques specific to each type of dyslalia have been determined, both to the general methods and procedures: gymnastics and myo-gymnastics of the body and of the organs participating in the pronunciation, breath education and the education of the balance between inspiration and expiration, education of the phonematic hearing, as well as the specific methods for the realisation of sound impostation, consolidation and automation, according to the general scheme of the speech therapy intervention.