Flashcards in Lecture 5 Deck (11):
Flaccid dysarthria is due to UMN or LMN damage?
The primary neuromuscular characteristic underlying flaccid dysarthria is?
In flaccid dysarthria, one or more impairments are seen in which speech subsystems (4)?
Respiration, phonation, resonance, and articulation.
Unilateral LMN damage usually results in?
mild flaccid dysarthria.
Damage to what cranial nerve causes difficulty with articulation and chewing, drooling, and moving/closing the jaw?
Cranial nerve V
Damage to what nerve causes difficulty with articulation, facial expressions, drooling, and keeping food & liquids in the mouth.
Cranial nerve VII
Damage to what nerve causes impaired phonation, resonance, and strangled voice quality.
Cranial nerve X
Damage to what nerve causes impaired articulation, difficulty moving food around in the mouth,
Cranial nerve XII
What are the (6) confirmatory signs of flaccid dysarthria.
Unilateral lower facial weakness can be a sign of what?
Unilateral UMN damage