Sriwimon Manochiopinig

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The dysarthric speech characteristics of 14 Thai stroke patients were assessed by Computerized Articulation Test program 1. Each speaker had been tested for speech correctness of all Thai phonemes. As the results, the error patterns were analyzed. Vowels and tonal characteristics were the most intact characteristics, while speech reduction of the cluster(More)
OBJECTIVE Normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) is clinically characterized by gait disturbance, cognitive impairment, and urinary incontinence, as well as enlargement of the ventricles. To the best of the authors' knowledge, there have been no previous publications regarding the correlation between bulbar dysfunction and NPH. The primary objective of this(More)
OBJECTIVE Determine reliabilities of perceptual assessment of resonance disorders in people with cleft palate. MATERIAL AND METHOD A prospective study of inter- and intra-rater reliability of perceptual screening assessment of resonance disorders with 6-scale and 2-scale criteria among 19 speech and language pathologists (SLPs) from 30 connected speech(More)
The dysarthric speech characteristics of 14 Thai stroke patients were assessed by the Computerized Articulation Test [1]. Speech accuracy and error pattern were analyzed. Vowels and tonal characteristics were the most intact characteristics, while reduction of the clusters was the most impaired feature. Both initial and final consonants were frequently(More)
BACKGROUND Surgical treatment can reduce disfigurement for children born with cleft lip/palate, however, most children are left with speech and language problems. This creates a new problem as speech and language services is limited. OBJECTIVE To combine the principles of Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR), Primary Health Care (PHC) and institutional(More)
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