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Related to speech dyspraxia: developmental apraxia of speech
speech dyspraxiaAudiology The partial inability to consistently pronounce words by a person with normal tone and coordination of speech muscles. See Speech pathology.
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In people with normal muscle tone and speech muscle coordination, partial loss of the ability to pronounce words consistently, resulting from injury to the central nervous system or stroke.
See also: dyspraxia
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