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abnormally slow utterance due to a central nervous system lesion; bradyphasia. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied ...

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bradylalia. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... bradylalia (uncountable). A form of dysarthria characterized by very slow ...

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bradyarthria brad·y·ar·thri·a n. A form of dysarthria characterized by an abnormal slowness or deliberation in speech. Also called bradyglossia , bradylalia ...

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Apr 7, 2013 ... Psychology Definition of BRADYLALIA: n. a condition in which there is unusual slowness and hesitation in speech. This is often caused by a ...

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Evidence or information favorable to the defendant in a criminal case that is known by the prosecution. Under the United States Supreme Court case of Brady v.

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... Switzerland 2016. A.J. Larner, A Dictionary of Neurological Signs, ... tered in: •. Parkinson's disease (along with bradylalia, slowness of speech). •. Progressive ...

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