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What is Dysarthria?

Description of the disease

Dysarthria is a speech articulation disorder caused by damage to the nervous system. In this condition, sounds and sound combinations are pronounced incorrectly due to a disruption in the muscular coordination of speech organs.


  • Spastic dysarthria
  • Ataxic dysarthria
  • Hypotonic dysarthria


Symptoms of dysarthria may include unclear pronunciation, difficulty articulating, and changes in the pace of speech.


Dysarthria can be caused by various factors such as cerebral palsy, head injury, stroke, and neurodegenerative diseases.


The diagnosis of dysarthria involves analyzing speech, examining speech muscles, and conducting a neurological assessment.


Treatment for dysarthria includes speech therapy, physiotherapy, and addressing the underlying condition.


Preventing dysarthria involves timely treatment of neurological and other diseases, as well as preventing head injuries.


For the diagnosis and treatment of dysarthria, consult a neurologist or speech therapist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice.