Dysarthria

Definition

Dysarthria is a speech disorder. It differs from aphasia , which is a language disorder.
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Mouth Throat
Dysarthria may arise from problems with the muscles in the mouth, throat, and respiratory system, as well as other causes.
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Causes

This condition can be caused by not being able to control and coordinate the muscles that you use to talk. This can result from:

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