Dysarthria in acute ischemic stroke

@article{Urban2001DysarthriaIA,
  title={Dysarthria in acute ischemic stroke},
  author={Peter Paul Urban and Susanne Wicht and Goran Vukurevic and Clemens Fitzek and Sabine Fitzek and Peter Stoeter and Claudia Massinger and Hanns C. Hopf},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={56},
  pages={1021 - 1027}
}
Background and purpose: Although dysarthria is a frequent symptom in cerebral ischemia, there is little information on its anatomic specificity, spectrum of associated clinical characteristics, and etiologic mechanisms. Methods: An investigation of 68 consecutive patients with sudden onset of dysarthria due to a single infarction confirmed by MRI or CT was conducted. Results: Dysarthria was associated with a classic lacunar stroke syndrome in 52.9% of patients. Isolated dysarthria and… Expand
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