The phonetic speech disorder
is the most frequently found orofacial disorder in the presence of an altered lingual frenulum.
As presented in Table 2, the students who were screened preferentially were categorized into the following speech disorder
groups: speech sound disorders (SSDs) (articulation or apraxia of speech, and phonology), fluency, and voice.
According to Kukic's research results on speech disorder
frequency  in Middle Banat, articulation disorders occur in 41.
The claim: Its dietary supplement could help with children's speech disorders
Results showed that awareness of speech disorders
, the effect of speech disorder
on everyday life, family history, and the awareness of the need of speech therapy were statistically significant (p = 0.
Konrot (1999) differentiates the types of language and speech disorders
as follows: language and speech disorders
related to anatomical problems, language and speech disorders
related to physiological causes, language and speech disorders
related to neurological reasons, language and speech disorders
related to biochemical reasons, language and speech disorders
related to psychological reasons, language and speech disorders
related to disruptions during adolescence, language and speech disorders
related to negative environmental factors, language and speech disorders
which are not related to any reason, and those related to complicated reasons (Adams, 1991; Campbell, 2003; Gottwald & Hall, 2002; Gregory & Hill, 1980).
The relationship of bottle feeding and other sucking behaviors with speech disorder
in Patagonian preschoolers.
can still be present alter reconstructive surgical treatment.
Because of a speech disorder
, she became isolated, unable to communicate with the outside world.
He looks about two years old, sings like he has a speech disorder
and is about as vain as David Beckham.
Abnormal hair growth, speech disorder
, amnesia, loss of libido, hallucination, anorexia, tinnitus, skin discoloration, hiccups, sleepwalking, eye-rolling hostility, euphoric mood, dry mouth, agitation, confusion, insomnia, abnormal thinking, abnormal skin odor, depression, increased sweating, flatulence, abnormal dreams and belching.
If you're finding it more and more difficult to get your ideas across to people, if your relatives and friends are asking you to repeat words, if it's getting harder to carry on conversations, you may be experiencing a speech disorder
known as dysarthria.
Left untreated, a speech disorder
can become a big problem for a child.
The most common side effects associated with retigabine to date include somnolence, dizziness, confusion, speech disorder
, vertigo, tremor, amnesia, abnormal thinking, abnormal gait, paresthesia, diplopia, incoordination, nervousness, abnormal vision, asthenia, headache, nausea and diarrhea.
ue a d A speech disorder
caused by damage to the tongue and muscles involved in speech, or nerves that control them.