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In Aphasia

What is the Difference between dysarthria and expressive aphasia?

Both dysarthria and aphasia are abnormalities of speech. The chain of speech and abnormalities are as follow: i. Hearing ii. Understanding -- Aphasia iii. Thought & word findi (MORE)
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What is the difference between aphasia and dysarthria?

Aphasia and dysarthria are difficulty in speaking. aphasia the problem is in the brain. dysarthria the problem in the muscle or the nerve such as the hypoglossal nerve. aphasi (MORE)
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What are the common causes of spastic dysarthria?

The most common causes of spastic dysarthria include spastic cerebral palsy , multiple sclerosis , amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease), multiple strok (MORE)
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What causes ataxic dysarthria?

Ataxic dysarthria is caused by damage to the cerebellum or its connections to the cerebral cortex or brain-stem.
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What causes flaccid dysarthria?

Flaccid dysarthria is caused by damage to nerves that emerge from the brainstem (cranial) or spinal cord and travel directly to muscles that are involved in speech production. (MORE)
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What causes hyperkinetic dysarthria?

Hyperkinetic dysarthria is generally caused by damage to nerve pathways and centers within the depths of the brain (subcortex) known as the basal ganglia.
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What causes spastic dysarthria?

Spastic dysarthria is caused by damage to the primary voluntary motor pathways, which originate in the frontal lobes of the brain and descend to the brainstem and spinal cord. (MORE)
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What can physiotherapists do for patients with dysarthria?

Physical and occupational therapists focus on improving limb and trunk coordination, balance, and range of motion, particularly in relation to daily living functions such as w (MORE)
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What are some of the things that can cause dysarthria?

Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder, affecting one's ability to speak. This is usually caused by strokes and head or brain injury as it affects the brain's ability to contro (MORE)