2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.msard.2017.11.007
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Characteristics of motor speech phenotypes in multiple sclerosis

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“…This correlation was found in MS but not in healthy controls (24) and was corroborated by similar findings between NPT and speech intelligibility (19), speech rate (total output per time) (24,43) and articulatory rate (i.e. length of phonemes) (24,31). Time and frequency of pauses may have a stronger correlation than articulatory rate (24,63).…”
Section: Dysarthria and Cognitionsupporting
confidence: 58%
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“…This correlation was found in MS but not in healthy controls (24) and was corroborated by similar findings between NPT and speech intelligibility (19), speech rate (total output per time) (24,43) and articulatory rate (i.e. length of phonemes) (24,31). Time and frequency of pauses may have a stronger correlation than articulatory rate (24,63).…”
Section: Dysarthria and Cognitionsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…and confirmed in objective measurementsmeans of 11% and 24% less syllables per second(32,43) and around 14% less words per minute(20,31) were produced by PwMS in comparison to…”
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“…Speech disorders in patient with MS may be investigated with perceptual, acoustic, aerodynamic, and physiological assessments though computer or laboratory-based practices 114 . Specifically, voice characteristic can be evaluated with the Multi-Dimensional Voice Program (MDVP) 115 , electroglottography 116 and videostroboscopy 117 .…”
Section: Speech Disordersmentioning
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“…However, individuals with MS can develop virtually any type of dysarthria depending on disease-related lesion locations 3 . The most common speech characteristics of persons with dysarthria due to MS (PwDMS) are imprecise articulation and deviant prosodic stress patterns, which are often the result of a slowed speech rate, phoneme prolongations, and impaired loudness control 1,2,5 . A harsh or strained/strangled voice and abnormal pitch levels can also be observed 1,2,5 .…”
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confidence: 99%