impaired speech

impaired speech

Dysarthria, see there.
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For children that are born with hearing loss, impaired speech, a cochlear implant could be the solution but how soon should the surgery be done to have maximum efficacy?
Catherine finally surrendered to the cumulative effects of dementia and Alzheimers disease, but up until her very last days and even with severely impaired speech she always managed to say "I love you.
FAST stands for Face, Arm, Speech and Time (to call 111) - sudden changes to a persons face such as drooping, loss of arm strength or impaired speech could all be warnings that theyre experiencing a stroke.
JAMES was diagnosed with grade three parietal lobe tumours which can cause impaired speech, inability to write, lack of recognition and spatial disorders.
In another unrelated experiment, Waveform Communication and Methodist Sports Medicine have been compiling a large database of impaired speech and acoustically processing it to help diagnose concussions.
M Brown, Uddingston A At the time of writing, Jim, aged 78, is still with us, although in poor health having suffered his third stroke last year, which reportedly left him with impaired speech and mobility.
Consequences of xerostomia may include halitosis, impaired speech and taste sensation, altered dietary habits, and an increased incidence of dental caries (saliva contains factors that prevent caries).
He was awarded the cash by the Home Office after his lawyers were able to show that the stroke, which left him with impaired speech and limited use of his right arm, was directly related to his prolonged drug abuse in prison after being jailed as a teenager.
The reclusive Palm Beach businessman had been in failing health since April 2006 when a pair of strokes left him with impaired speech and limited mobility in his right arm and leg.
But the extra minutes give way for the film's funniest sequence: Jordan and Donnie crawl on the floor attempting to fight despite their impaired speech and motor skills due to a delayed reaction to a batch of old Quaaludes.
In some rare cases, the disease can also affect the central nervous system and cause impaired speech and movement and memory loss.
The condition is progressive and affects brain development and function and sufferers typically experience seizures, spasticity, impaired speech and difficulties in physical co-ordination.