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185 Possible Causes for Palilalia

  • Tourette Syndrome

    When "words" related to these phenomenon (e.g. echolalia, palilalia, coprolalia or mental coprolalia) are elicited in deaf people, they occur usually in British Sign Language[] In addition, all patients presented with multiple tic-related symptoms (mainly self-injurious behaviors and echolalia, n 7; palilalia, n 6; coprolalia/mental coprolalia, n[] German male patients with treatment-resistant Tourette syndrome (TS), who suffer from incapacitating stuttering-like speech disfluencies caused by vocal blocking tics and palilalia[]

  • Hallervorden-Spatz Syndrome

    In several patients with atypical disease whose first major symptom was palilalia, psychiatric abnormalities were misinterpreted as the cause of the speech defect.[] Common speech problems are repetition of words or phrases (palilalia), rapid speech (tachylalia), and dysarthria.[] The speech defects include palilalia (repetition of words or phrases), tachylalia/tachylogia (rapid speech of words and/or phrases), and dysarthria (poor articulation, slurring[]

  • Tic Disorder

    […] gesture (copropraxia) or a tic-like imitation of someone else’s movements (echopraxia).Complex vocal tics can seem purposeful as well and include repeating one’s own sounds (palilalia[] Sniffing Picking Grunting, barking or chirping "Complex" tics can include: Arm flapping Facial grimacing Coprolalia (the involuntary uttering of obscene words or phrases) Palilalia[]

  • Tics

    Palilalia: Repeating your own words over and over again.[] Complex phonic tics may fall into various categories, including echolalia (repeating words just spoken by someone else), palilalia (repeating one's own previously spoken words[] Patients with a complex vocal tic may repeat their own words (palilalia) or other people’s words (echolalia), and may use obscene words (coprolalia).[]

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

    […] way and becoming upset if the order becomes disrupted) Hoarding objects Counting and recounting excessively Grouping or sequencing objects Repeating words spoken by self (palilalia[] The palilalia resolved. Whereas the patient had failed his kindergarten entrance test, now in second grade he scored higher than his grade level on standardized testing.[]

  • Reversible Ischemic Neurologic Deficit

    Reversible ischemic neurological deficit (RIND) is defined as a stroke due to ischemic brain injury with weakness, paresis/paralysis, speech abnormalities, etc which last[]

  • Pediatric Arterial Ischemic Stroke

    This is attributed to the lack of speech abnormalities compared with left hemispheric infarction. 33 Young children have incomplete hemispheric differentiation reducing the[] The focal deficits included motor deficits 78%, speech abnormalities 16%, visual deficits 10% and other deficits 32%7.[]

  • Versive Seizure

    Other features that are noted during attacks include mutism, palilalia, eye blinking, lacrimation, pupil dilation, drooling, respiratory dyskinesia, increased blood pressure[]

  • Epilepsy

    Mark McKeever, Gregory L Holmes and Barry S Russman , Speech abnormalities in seizures: A comparison of absence and partial complex seizures , Brain and Language , 19 , 1[]

  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3

    Symptoms of PD in stage two may include the loss of facial expression on both sides of the face, decreased blinking, speech abnormalities , soft voice, monotone voice, fading[]

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