不随意運動に伴い発話明瞭度に変化が認められた Parkinson 病患者の1例 : その訓練経過から A Case of Parkinson's Disease whose Speech Intelligibility Changed According to Dyskinesia
A case of juvenile Parkinsonism with successful rehabilitation for speech articulation was reported here. A fifty-year old male was refered to our clinic because of his asthenic and unclear voice. His phonation was improved when he tried to compulsively control his dyskinetic movement of his lower limbs by hands. A rehabilitation programs including pushing exercise were designed and remarkable improvement in maximum phonation time was observed after this rehabilitation program. Discordination between phonation and respiration was considered to be the major cause of his hypokinetic dysarthria with asthenia.
聴能言語学研究 16(3), 155-158, 1999-12-30
Japanese Association of Communication Disorders