All Relations between Dysarthria and cerebral cortex

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Shiyu Luo, Miguel Angrick, Christopher Coogan, Daniel N Candrea, Kimberley Wyse-Sookoo, Samyak Shah, Qinwan Rabbani, Griffin W Milsap, Alexander R Weiss, William S Anderson, Donna C Tippett, Nicholas J Maragakis, Lora L Clawson, Mariska J Vansteensel, Brock A Wester, Francesco V Tenore, Hynek Hermansky, Matthew S Fifer, Nick F Ramsey, Nathan E Cron. Stable Decoding from a Speech BCI Enables Control for an Individual with ALS without Recalibration for 3 Months. Advanced science (Weinheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany). 2023-10-24. PMID:37875404. in this study, a participant with severe dysarthria due to als operates computer applications with six intuitive speech commands via a chronic electrocorticographic (ecog) implant over the ventral sensorimotor cortex. 2023-10-24 2023-11-08 human
Philip R Cohe. A Stroke of Bad Luck: An Autobiographical Case Report. Cureus. vol 15. issue 9. 2023-10-09. PMID:37809237. a 64-year-old man developed isolated dysarthria without any other neurologic manifestations as the presentation of an ischemic stroke resulting from occlusion to the middle cerebral artery and affecting the cortex supplied by the artery. 2023-10-09 2023-10-15 Not clear
Katerina A Tetzloff, Joseph R Duffy, Edythe A Strand, Mary M Machulda, Sarah M Boland, Rene L Utianski, Hugo Botha, Matthew L Senjem, Christopher G Schwarz, Keith A Josephs, Jennifer L Whitwel. Clinical and imaging progression over 10 years in a patient with primary progressive apraxia of speech and autopsy-confirmed corticobasal degeneration. Neurocase. vol 24. issue 2. 2019-09-25. PMID:29799310. abnormalities in the caudate nucleus, supplementary motor area, cingulate, insula, and broca's area were observed after five years, with involvement of motor cortex and development of agrammatism, parkinsonism, and dysarthria three years later. 2019-09-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Pam Enderb. Disorders of communication: dysarthria. Handbook of clinical neurology. vol 110. 2013-08-06. PMID:23312647. there are six major types of dysarthria: flaccid dysarthria associated with lower motor neuron impairment, spastic dysarthria associated with damaged upper motor neurons linked to the motor areas of the cerebral cortex, ataxic dysarthria primarily caused by cerebellar dysfunction, and hyperkinetic dysarthria and hypokinetic dysarthria, which are related to a disorder of the extrapyramidal system. 2013-08-06 2023-08-12 Not clear
Angela T Morgan, Richard Masterton, Lauren Pigdon, Alan Connelly, Fr\\xc3\\xa9d\\xc3\\xa9rique J Li\\xc3\\xa9geoi. Functional magnetic resonance imaging of chronic dysarthric speech after childhood brain injury: reliance on a left-hemisphere compensatory network. Brain : a journal of neurology. vol 136. issue Pt 2. 2013-04-10. PMID:23378215. relative to the non-dysarthric traumatic brain injury group, individuals with dysarthria showed reduced grey matter bilaterally in the ventral sensorimotor cortex, but this reduction was concomitant with increased functional activation only in the left-hemisphere cluster during speech. 2013-04-10 2023-08-12 human
Simon V Liubinas, Denis Cassidy, Annie Roten, Andrew H Kaye, Terence J O'Brie. Tailored cortical resection following image guided subdural grid implantation for medically refractory epilepsy. Journal of clinical neuroscience : official journal of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia. vol 16. issue 11. 2009-12-17. PMID:19683926. the only long-term complication was a mild, non-disabling dysarthria following resection near eloquent speech cortex in one patient. 2009-12-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
Serge Pinto, St\\xc3\\xa9phane Thobois, Nicolas Costes, Didier Le Bars, Alim-Louis Benabid, Emmanuel Broussolle, Pierre Pollak, Mich\\xc3\\xa8le Genti. Subthalamic nucleus stimulation and dysarthria in Parkinson's disease: a PET study. Brain : a journal of neurology. vol 127. issue Pt 3. 2004-05-03. PMID:14736753. in conclusion, our results suggest that parkinsonian dysarthria is associated with altered recruitment of the main motor cerebral regions (orofacial m1, cerebellum), and increased involvement of the premotor and prefrontal cortices (dlpfc, sma, superior premotor cortex). 2004-05-03 2023-08-12 human
Axel Riecker, Dirk Wildgruber, Wolfgang Grodd, Hermann Ackerman. Reorganization of speech production at the motor cortex and cerebellum following capsular infarction: a follow-up functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Neurocase. vol 8. issue 6. 2003-03-14. PMID:12529451. as a further aspect of the reorganization of speech function, the present case study demonstrates for the first time by means of fmri a selective 'shift' of the cortical representation of speech motor control to the right rolandic cortex and the left cerebellum during restitution of articulation in a case of transient dysarthria following infarction of the left internal capsule. 2003-03-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
P Cortelli, P Gambetti, P Montagna, E Lugares. Fatal familial insomnia: clinical features and molecular genetics. Journal of sleep research. vol 8 Suppl 1. 1999-09-30. PMID:10389103. heterozygotes at codon 129, expressing valine in the nonmutated allele, have a longer disease course (often longer than 1 year), ataxia and dysarthria at disease onset, and lesions widespread to cerebral cortex. 1999-09-30 2023-08-12 Not clear
K Hird, K Kirsne. Dysprosody following acquired neurogenic impairment. Brain and language. vol 45. issue 1. 1993-09-23. PMID:8353729. dysprosody is typically associated with the dysarthrias following acquired neurogenic disturbance but it has also been associated with impairment to the cortex of the right cerebral hemisphere (behrens, 1985). 1993-09-23 2023-08-12 human
Y Takayama, M Sugishita, T Kido, M Ogawa, I Akiguch. A case of foreign accent syndrome without aphasia caused by a lesion of the left precentral gyrus. Neurology. vol 43. issue 7. 1993-08-09. PMID:8327139. limited motor cortex damage causes fas without dysarthria, apraxia of speech, or aphasia. 1993-08-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
D Capla. Discrimination of normal and aphasic subjects on a test of syntactic comprehension. Neuropsychologia. vol 25. issue 1B. 1987-06-17. PMID:2437492. patients who performed normally on this test had lesions affecting any single lobe within the dominant perisylvian cortex and mostly consisted of patients with dysarthria, apraxia of speech, and 'mixed' aphasia types. 1987-06-17 2023-08-11 human
J Constantinidis, M Aubert, R Tisso. [Pallido-dentate calcifications (apropos of 7 anatomo-clinical case reports)]. Schweizer Archiv fur Neurologie, Neurochirurgie und Psychiatrie = Archives suisses de neurologie, neurochirurgie et de psychiatrie. vol 122. issue 2. 1978-11-29. PMID:694468. clinically, various neurological disorders (cerebellar, extrapyramidal, pyramidal, dysarthria, epileptic seizures) are often but not always observed; the psychiatric disorders found in some cases could be fortuitious associations (psychoses), connected to hypothyroidism (oligophrenia), and in aged patients, to unrelated cerebral vascular or degenerative lesions; very seldom, a dementing state could be connected to the spreading of calcifications to the cerebral cortex. 1978-11-29 2023-08-11 Not clear