Medical Definition of Spastic dysphonia

1. A spasmodic contraction of the intrinsic muscles of the larynx excited by attempted phonation, producing either adductor or abductor subtypes caused by central nervous system disease. A localised form of movement disorder. Synonym: phonic spasm, spastic dysphonia. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spastic Dysphonia

spasmus caninus
spasmus coordinatus
spasmus glottidis
spasmus nictitans
spasmus nutans
spastic abasia
spastic anaemia
spastic bladder
spastic colitis
spastic colon
spastic diplegia
spastic dysarthria
spastic dysphonia (current term)
spastic ectropion
spastic entropion
spastic flat foot
spastic gait
spastic hemiplegia
spastic ileus
spastic mydriasis
spastic paralysis
spastic paraplegia
spastic pseuodoparalysis
spastic speech
spastic spinal paralysis
spastic syndrome in cattle
spastic tetraplegia

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