staccato speech


staccato speech
scanning speech, staccato speech
скандированная речь

English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • staccato speech — speech in which each syllable is uttered separately; seen in multiple sclerosis …   Medical dictionary

  • staccato — /steuh kah toh/, adj., adv., n., pl. staccatos, staccati / tee/. adj. 1. shortened and detached when played or sung: staccato notes. 2. characterized by performance in which the notes are abruptly disconnected: a staccato style of playing. Cf.… …   Universalium

  • staccato — stac•ca•to [[t]stəˈkɑ toʊ[/t]] adj. adv. n. pl. tos, ti ( tē). 1) a) mad shortened and detached when played or sung: staccato notes[/ex] b) mad characterized by performance in which the notes are abruptly disconnected: a staccato style of playing …   From formal English to slang

  • staccato — stac·ca·to (stə kahґto) [Ital. “detached”] delivered in a quick, jerky manner, with an interval between each two syllables. See also staccato speech, under speech …   Medical dictionary

  • staccato — [stə kät′ō] adj. [It, pp. of staccare, aphetic for distaccare, to detach < di(s) (< L, DIS ) + Frank * stakka: see STICK] 1. [also in italics] Musical Direction with distinct breaks between successive tones: usually indicated by a dot… …   English World dictionary

  • speech — Talk; the use of the voice in conveying ideas. [A.S. spaec] alaryngeal s. a form of s. achieved after laryngectomy by using either an external vibratory source or the pharyngoesophageal segment as an internal vibratory source. see also esophageal …   Medical dictionary

  • scanning speech — n speech characterized by regularly recurring pauses between words or syllables * * * a disorder of articulation in which the syllables are inappropriately separated and equally stressed. It is caused by disease of the cerebellum or its… …   Medical dictionary

  • Charcot's triad 1 — is the combination of nystagmus, intention tremor, and scanning or staccato speech. This triad is sometimes associated with multiple sclerosis but is not, however, as previously considered by some authors, pathognomonic for multiple sclerosis.… …   Wikipedia

  • Neurological examination — Intervention The human nervous system ICD 9 CM …   Wikipedia

  • Charcot's triad — refers to two separate sets of three signs each discovered by Jean Martin Charcot. Each set of three relates includes its own three signs, and each of them relate to separate diseases. One pertains to multiple sclerosis while the other refers to… …   Wikipedia

  • Charcot's neurologic triad — is the combination of nystagmus, intention tremor, and scanning or staccato speech. This triad is associated with multiple sclerosis, where it was first described;[1] however, it is not considered pathognomonic for it. It is named for Jean Martin …   Wikipedia


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