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Results 1 - 10 of 47 for Absent speech
  1. ... of effects. Intellectual disability, delayed development, delayed or absent speech, distinctive facial features, and behavioral problems are common ...
  2. ... from normal intelligence to major learning disabilities with absent speech and poor communication.Less common features of CHARGE ...
  3. ... life. Affected individuals have intellectual disability, limited or absent speech, difficulty chewing and swallowing, weak muscle tone (hypotonia) ...
  4. ... muscle tone in infancy, feeding difficulties, poor or absent speech, or muscle stiffness (rigidity). Individuals with MECP2 duplication ...
  5. ... developmental delay and intellectual disability, severely limited or absent speech, and weak muscle tone (hypotonia). Affected individuals also ...
  6. NIDCD Glossary From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders)  
    Hearing Disorders and Deafness/Reference Desk ... Hearing Disorders and Deafness ... Speech and Communication Disorders/Reference Desk ... Speech and Communication Disorders
  7. ... profound intellectual disability, decreased muscle tone (hypotonia), and absent or delayed speech. Some people with this condition have autism spectrum ...
  8. ... contribute to the developmental delay, intellectual disability, and absent or severely delayed speech characteristic of people with 22q13.3 deletion syndrome. ...
  9. ... and intellectual disability ranging from moderate to severe. Speech is absent or severely impaired, and affected people may learn to speak only a few words. Many people with this condition can understand others' speech, however, and some use sign language to communicate. ...
  10. ... Rash Shock (extremely low blood pressure) Slowed or absent breathing Stupor (decreased level of alertness) Slurred speech Weakness, uncoordinated movement, staggering gait (ataxia, seen commonly ...
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