dyslalia


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dyslalia

(dɪsˈleɪlɪə)
n
(Medicine) defective speech characteristic of those affected by aphasia
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dyslalia

n. dislalia, impedimento en el habla debido a trastornos vocálicos funcionales.
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Neuropsychological examination showed behavioural problems and a delay of gross and fine motor skills and speech development with severely impaired speech comprehension and dyslalia. He had grown below the 3rd percentile since the age of 2 years with a height of 90.7 cm (0.9th percentile, SDS -2.38) at the time of presentation.
The most frequent comorbidity in ADHD patients are: conduct disorder (50%), oppositional defiant disorder (40 to 60%), drug abuser or chemical dependency (40%), generalized anxiety disorder (34%), depression ( 20%), bipolar disorder (20%), obsessive compulsive disorder and motor tic (11%) Tourrete syndrome (6.5%), learning disorder (dyslexia, dyslalia, dysphonia, dysarthria, dyscalculia, dysgraphia (10%) among others [5].
It discusses characters with physical afflictions like autism, congenital hydrocephalus, dyslalia, mutism, or stroke, including those in works like Deliverance, Rain Man, The Waltons, On Agate Hill, and Wish You Well; those with emotional issues like ideoglossia, cryptophasia, stuttering, trauma or grief, fear, and deference, in works like Nell, Cold Mountain, The Deer Hunter, and The Silver Star; and social issues affecting their communication, such as hardship, shunning, ignorance, and poverty, including examples like The Glass Castle, Child of the Mountains, and Outer Dark.
Since childhood, the patient had undergone rehabilitation language therapies; however, at the time of examination, intelligible speech with important dyslalia was noticed.
Pain was not aggravated on palpation, but dysphagia, dyslalia, and subcutaneous crepitus were evident.
Therefore, it can be concluded that the first graders had better quality of articulation regarding the type of dyslalia (isolated or associated).
male--19, with moderate mental retardation, polymorphic dyslalia, febrile tonic-clonic seizures, epilepsy.
The results presented in this paper are part of the research and experiments that aims to implement a data mining system that will allow the optimization of personalized therapy of speech disorders for children suffering of dyslalia. It was considered the pronunciation of phonemes characteristic for Romanian language.
In this context, Pahkala and Qvarnstrom [12] conducted an interdisciplinary study in a population of 287 children and young adults; they were able to establish a correlation between cranio-cervical-mandibular dysfunctions and the presence of functional dyslalia. Likewise, Anegawa et al.
The aim of this study was to determine the status of children with articulation disorders (dyslalia), speech and communication development disorders (dysphasia) and fluency disorders (stuttering).
The age of the subjects and the pronunciation specificities caused by the dyslalia are another two important points that make us believe that this research is a step forward.