Dysarthria: impairments or clumsiness in the speaking of words due to diseases that affect the oral, lingual, or pharyngeal muscles.
Dysarthria can be a symptom of basilar-type Migraine.
You can read more about dysarthria, and basilar-type Migraine in:
For more terms, see our Migraine and Headache Glossary.
Medical review by John Claude Krusz, PhD, MD.
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