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16 Possible Causes for Slurred Speech (Type I)

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  • Cerebellar Stroke

    Now, 10 years later I look upon life with a different attitude, I sometimes stagger when I walk, I have poor co-ordination and my speech is sometimes slurred especially when[worldstrokecampaign.org] I am tired, I will never win any awards for typing but I guess you get out what you put in.[worldstrokecampaign.org]

  • Aphasia

    I remember this by thinking that Broca's aphasia means "broken speech," and aphasia is just any type of disorder that involves language.[khanacademy.org] When Broca's area is damaged, people tend to have trouble producing speech. Their words become halting or slurred. This is called non-fluent aphasia, or Broca's aphasia.[khanacademy.org]

  • Marchiafava Bignami Disease

    […] with c/o altered mental status, urinary incontinence, slurred speech and left-sided weakness.[omicsonline.org] Case Description: Patient is a 30 year old left handed African-American with history of hypertension, diabetes type I, hypothyroidism, alcohol use disorder, who presented[omicsonline.org]

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    It was hard for me to socialise and make connections within academia because of my slurred speech.[bmj.com] This also resulted in people thinking that I had a cognitive disability, and hence treating me in that way.[bmj.com] Therefore, I have to rely heavily on typing, but this is difficult due to my typing speed of 1-2 words per minute.[bmj.com]

  • Gangliosidosis GM1

    Type III (adult) patients have the mildest form with onset between 3 and 30 years with cerebellar dysfunction, dystonia, slurred speech, short stature and mild vertebral deformities[genedx.com] Often the ataxia and slurred speech are some of the first symptoms to appear.[encyclopedia.com] Other characteristic features are dysostosis multiplex, terminal bronchopneumonia and dysmorphic features and skeletal changes that are usually less severe than in type I[genedx.com]

  • Gangliosidosis

    Type III (adult) patients have the mildest form with onset between 3 and 30 years with cerebellar dysfunction, dystonia, slurred speech, short stature and mild vertebral deformities[genedx.com] Often the ataxia and slurred speech are some of the first symptoms to appear.[encyclopedia.com] Other characteristic features are dysostosis multiplex, terminal bronchopneumonia and dysmorphic features and skeletal changes that are usually less severe than in type I[genedx.com]

  • Mussel Poisoning

    speech, nausea, vomiting brevetoxins Paralytic parathesias, coordination loss, speech defects, nausea, vomiting, death saxitoxin, neosaxiton and gonyautoxins I to IV Amnestic[emedicinehealth.com] […] and paralytic types of poisoning are the most serious types as they can, in a few individuals, cause death.[emedicinehealth.com] Type Symptoms Cause Amnestic permanent short term memory loss, brain damage, death domoic acid Diarrheal diarrhea , nausea , vomiting okadaic acid, azaspiracid Neurotoxic slurred[emedicinehealth.com]

  • Neuraminidase 1 Deficiency

    Speech problems, such as slurring, may develop. The above symptoms also may occur in sialidosis type II.[encyclopedia.com] However, in addition to the age of onset, type I can be distinguished from type II by the absence of skeletal and facial abnormalities.[encyclopedia.com]

  • Generalized Gangliosidosis Type II

    Type III (adult) patients have the mildest form with onset between 3 and 30 years with cerebellar dysfunction, dystonia, slurred speech, short stature and mild vertebral deformities[genedx.com] Often the ataxia and slurred speech are some of the first symptoms to appear.[encyclopedia.com] Other characteristic features are dysostosis multiplex, terminal bronchopneumonia and dysmorphic features and skeletal changes that are usually less severe than in type I[genedx.com]

  • Feigenbaum-Bergeron-Richardson Syndrome

    Affected patients also present with diabetes mellitus type I beginning in their 20s and nephropathy in the form of a nephritic syndrome.[accessanesthesiology.mhmedical.com] speech, and finally photomyoclonic seizures.[accessanesthesiology.mhmedical.com] […] young age and later present with other neurologic symptoms, such as deterioration in cognitive function, shuffling gait, incoordination, tremor, dysmetria, dysdiadokinesis, slurred[accessanesthesiology.mhmedical.com]

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