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11 Possible Causes for Difficulty Vocalizing, Hypomimia

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  • Parkinson's Disease

    […] them) include: abnormal walking decreased arm swing excessive salivation feelings of depression or anxiety increase in dandruff or oily skin lack of facial expression ( hypomimia[] Other clinical features include secondary motor symptoms (eg, hypomimia, dysarthria, dysphagia, sialorrhoea, micrographia, shuffling gait, festination, freezing, dystonia,[] […] bradykinesia include loss of spontaneous movements and gesturing, drooling because of impaired swallowing, 25 monotonic and hypophonic dysarthria, loss of facial expression (hypomimia[]

  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3

    Parkinson's disease type 3 (PD3) is a form of Parkinson's disease that is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner. The underlying mutation has not yet been identified, but PD3 has been related to a 2.5 Mb-locus on the short arm of chromosome 2. To date, PD3 has been diagnosed in distinct families in Europe and[…][]

  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies

    Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is a chronic deterioration of mental abilities associated with the presence of Lewy bodies in the cytoplasm of cortical neurons. Lewy bodies are likewise present in the brains of patients with Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer disease and other forms of dementia. The onset of cognitve[…][]

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

    In the early stages, PSP can be difficult to distinguish from PD as both patients develop hypomimia, shuffling gait, freezing and bradykinesia [ 5 ].[]

  • Neuroferritinopathy

    […] different ways, including stuttering, slurring, or soft or raspy speech Dysphonia (movement of the vocal cords is forced and strained) Results in a jerky, quivery, hoarse[] While 35% developed facial hypomimia and bradykinesia not directly related to their dystonia; only one individual developed a pure rest tremor, and another had tremor present[] […] using or controlling the muscles of the mouth, tongue, larynx or vocal cords, which are used to make speech This can make a person’s speech difficult to understand in several[]

  • Striatonigral Degeneration

    Patients also may develop hoarseness, difficulty breathing due to vocal cord weakness, and frequent involuntary sighing.[] […] mild tremor on the left side.When she was 41 years old she showed a generalized hypokinetic syndrome with slight rigidity (stage Hoen-Yahr III) and with remarkable dystonic hypomimia[] […] asymmetrical and are responsive to levodopa Progression is usually insidious, occurring over the course of 5 to 15 years Other Clinical Features of Idiopathic PD Masked facies or hypomimia[]

  • Receptive Aphasia

    There are also phone and tablet apps that can be used to help with speech difficulties or act as assistive communication device.[] Cervical lymphadenopathy Other Headache Auditory processing disorder Otalgia Velopharyngeal inadequacy Velopharyngeal insufficiency Hypersensitive gag reflex Jaw claudication Hypomimia[] Aphasia Symptoms Difficulty with speech can be the result of problems with the brain or nerves that control the facial muscles, larynx, and vocal cords necessary for speech[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 4

    This includes muscles in the throat, and it can also affect vocal pitch when speaking. It then spreads to other parts of the body.[] Haploinsufficiency due to loss of GRN secretion Clinical Onset age: 48 to 67 years Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, atypical: Some patients Extrapyramidal disorder, atypical: Dysarthria; Hypomimia[] People with ALS typically develop greater physical difficulties. ALS commonly starts in the hands, feet, or arms and legs, and affects muscles that a person can control.[]

  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Symptoms of myasthenia gravis can include: Muscle fatigue, to the point of immobility Double vision Ptosis (a drooping eyelid) Difficulty holding up the head Fatigue Vocal[] […] muscles, affecting speech and chewing or swallowing Ophthalmoparesis and Ophthalmoplegia —respectively, weakening and paralysis or the muscles responsible for eye movement Difficulty[]

  • Spinocerebellar Ataxia with Rigidity and Peripheral Neuropathy

    Likewise, sensory abnormalities, seizures, and gait difficulties are uncommon until the late phase of disease.[] […] result in deviation of the protruded tongue towards the paralyzed side and deviation of the tongue at rest away from the paralyzed side; nucleus is located in the medulla hypomimia[] Diseases & Conditions Spasmodic dysphonia Spasmodic dysphonia is difficulty speaking due to spasms (dystonia) of the muscles that control the vocal cords.[]

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