Linguistic processes that help us speak
Processes that involve speech and motor
Combined processes of speech motor planning, programming, and neuromuscular execution
This person obviously has had a stroke.
A neurologic event has happened, perhaps a neurologic disease.
Axons and neurons aren't working properly
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Contractions of muscles to make appropriate speech
Neuromuscular transmission and subsequent muscle contractions and movements of speech structures.
Voice disorders - non-neurologic or non-psychogenic
Aphasia and apraxia
Dysarthrias and apraxia
Dementia, confusion, apraxia and dysarthria
Oh no, there are a lot of good choices here, which one is it???
Stuttering, aprosodia, spasmodic dysphonia, sensory disorders
Articulation and speech abnormalities
Psychogenic, voice, idiopathic, motor speech, aphasia
Aphasia, dysarthria and apraxia, cognitive language, psychogenic, voice, idiopathic
Dsyarthria and apraxia, aphasia, cognitive language, psychogenic, voice, idiopathic
When symptoms resolve completely after onset
When severity is reduced but symptons are not resolved
When symptoms continue to progress
When symptoms develop, then resolve than improve, then reoccur and worsen
Myelin is attacked by some exogenous agent, broken down and absorbed
Myelin swells then floats away
A CVA infarct causes the myelin to break down
Focused on a single circumscribed area
Involving more than one area
Involving roughly symmetric portions of the nervous system bilaterally
Just so you know, tumors usually create focal signs and symptoms and are chronic or progressive
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