staccato speech

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stac·ca·to speech

an abrupt utterance, each syllable being enunciated separately; noted especially in multiple sclerosis.
Synonym(s): syllabic speech
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staccato speech

Neurology Clipped, abrupt speech which may occur in multiple sclerosis
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stac·ca·to speech

(stă-kah'tō spēch)
An abrupt utterance, each syllable being enunciated separately; noted especially in multiple sclerosis.
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