Dysarthria associated with focal unilateral upper motor neuron lesion.

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Speech motor changes in six patients with focal unilateral upper motor neuron (UUMN) lesions were characterised using a variety of techniques including listener judgements, speech acoustic analyses, electromyographic and strength measures. Listener judgements of speech understand-ability, intelligibility and dysarthric features indicated mild dysarthria… (More)

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@article{Hartman1992DysarthriaAW, title={Dysarthria associated with focal unilateral upper motor neuron lesion.}, author={Donald E Hartman and James H. Abbs}, journal={European journal of disorders of communication : the journal of the College of Speech and Language Therapists, London}, year={1992}, volume={27 3}, pages={187-96} }