Essential tremor is considered a slow progressive disorder and, in some people, may eventually involve the head, voice, tongue (with associated dysarthria
), legs, and trunk.
The patient displayed typical myasthenic symptoms, including bilateral ptosis, Cogan's lid twitch signs, bilateral weakness of ocular movements, and dysarthria
. Symptoms worsened with prolonged talking, including dysphagia and myasthenic weakness of all limbs, such that the patient was dependent on a wheelchair and unable to raise his arms.
Presenting her CUHK research, Professor Meng detailed how she developed the world's leading program capable of understanding the speech of people suffering from dysarthria
, an impeded articulation of speech that results from stroke or cerebral palsy.
Signs of cerebellar involvement are gaze evoked or downbeat nystagmus, saccadic smooth pursuit, gait ataxia, dysarthria
and appendicular ataxia.
Smith said his client suffered permanent paralysis on his right side and severe dysarthria
, a speech disorder.
A related condition known as dysarthria
is causing the muscles in her mouth, tongue and throat to weaken.
In mid-November 2017, an elderly man with no serious medical problems was admitted to a hospital with dysarthria
, dysphagia, and dyspnea of 3 days' duration.
The patient had developed dysarthria
. Was there also dysphagia, frequently associated with dysarthria
Neurological examination revealed mild dysarthria
; universal areflexia except for the left brachioradialis reflex and the Achilles reflex, which were in all cases +/++++; and tacto-algesic hypoesthesia of hands and feet with symmetrical and bilateral involvement.
Then, in chapters with a common format to facilitate comparisons, he describes types of dysarthria
: flaccid, spastic, unilateral upper motor neuron, ataxic, hypokinetic, hyperkinetic, and mixed.