People who've had a stroke can also have dysarthria
, which weakens their facial muscles which can result in slurred or slow speech.
The findings during his neurological examination were as follows: he had dysarthria
and choreiform movements in all four extremities, the body, and in the oromandibular region; he did not have deep tendon reflexes in lower extremities; and he had a positive Romberg finding and vibration sensation was reduced in both lower extremities.
The Voice area article considers dysarthria
and quality of life in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Lacunar syndrome (pure motor hemiparesis, pure sensory stroke, mixed sensorimotor, ataxic hemiparesis, dysarthria
clumsy hand) without new cortical
The following morning, he showed dysarthria
and complained of difficulty in moving his tongue.
All 39 patients had limb involvement, and 82%-92% had bulbar involvement, dysarthria
, dysphagia, and/or dyspnea.
In 2015, a previously healthy 46-year-old woman was referred to Bern University Hospital, Bern, Switzerland, for suspected acute ischemic stroke; she was experiencing dysarthria
, aphasia, dysphagia, paresthesia, and weakness in both legs.
Post operatively mouth opening was improved considerably with transient dysarthria
and dysphagia which improved with the passage of time.
Hereditary spastic paraplegia type 18 (HSP18) is a complicated form of autosomal recessive HSP characterized by progressive weakness and spasticity of the lower extremities, dysarthria
, and cognitive decline.
Because there is no specific antidote for sulfuryl fluoride poisoning, his management was supportive; symptoms improved slightly during hospitalization, although dysarthria
and choreoathetosis continued.
and dysphonia can occur together since the same muscles, structures and neural pathways are used for both speech and voice production.
After 15 days she became drowsy, had dysarthria
followed by unconsciousness.