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Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: Damage to supratentorial, posterior fossa, spinal or peripheral lesions

DYSARTHRIA
(Apraxia occurs with supratentorial damage and not the others)

2

Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: Occurs primarily with lesions to the carotid system

APRAXIA
(Dysarthria occurs with lesions to the carotid and other vascular systems)

3

What is the most difficult dysarthria to differentiate from AOS?

UUMN

4

Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: Oral Mech Exam indicates neuromuscular problems

DYSARTHRIA

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Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: All subsystems are affected

DYSARTHRIA
(apraxia only affects articulation and prosody)

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Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: Most commonly occurs with Aphasia

APRAXIA

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Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: Articulation errors are mostly distortions

APRAXIA

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Dysarthria vs. Apraxia: Articulatory groping

APRAXIA