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In general, comparison of the present findings with previous information is difficult due to the lack of studies in the national and international literature addressing the presence of lisping in individuals with cleft lip and palate.
These acoustic descriptions indicate that voiced fricatives present lower intensity and shorter duration, as well znterior greater amplitude of friction interval compared to their unvoiced counterparts Conversely, score 5 is characterized by a negative overjet with buccally tipped incisors; b bilateral crossbite; and c poor maxillary dental arch morphology and palate anatomy Figure 2.
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The Goslon Yardstick in patients with unilateral cleft lip and palate: Skip to search form Skip to main content. Anterioe using magnetic resonance imaging also revealed differences in tongue positioning during the production of unvoiced and voiced fricatives.
This evaluation revealed a tendency of more anterior tongue root positioning in voiced fricatives compared to the unvoiced counterparts Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.
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Appraisal of speech defects in dental anomalies. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. When the judgments of lisping were compared between the fricatives produced, a significant increase in lisping was observed for the alveolar fricative [s] compared with the alveolar fricative [z]. Antreior, so far, it has not been investigated whether these acoustic characteristics may influence anteripr auditory perceptual judgment of lisping in the speech of individuals with craniofacial malformations, making its identification less audible in voiced compared with unvoiced fricatives.
Abnormal patterns of tongue-palate contact in the speech individuals with cleft palate. The present findings suggest that unfavorable dentofacial conditions may favor the occurrence of lisping in voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives, when identified by auditory perceptual judgment. Future studies are necessary to widen the knowledge on the presence of lisping in voiced and unvoiced fricatives in individuals with and without craniofacial malformations.
It was decided to use sentences with recurrence of the same phoneme, since this recurrence might favor the auditory perceptual identification of the presence or absence of speech distortion.
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These differences are related with coupling of the glottal and frictional sources occurring in the production of voiced fricatives Vertical interrincisal trespass assessment in children with speech disorders. The speech-language pathologists were asked to auditorily judge whether, during two consecutive repetitions of each phrase, at least one fricative segment inserted in these two repetitions was produced according ceceeio the target absence of lisping or if there was lisping i.
This occlusal index has been applied in many craniofacial centers because it is reliable and easily reproduced; is able to distinguish the quality of intercenter surgical outcomes, allowing early diagnosis of dental arch relationship in both anteroposterior, vertical and transverse dimensions; and provides identification of the prognosis, which allows early changes in the surgical protocol without the need to wait up to the permanent dentition Bauru — SP — Brasil.
This study also evidenced the influence of speech sample selection antterior the auditory perceptual judgment, since the fricative [s] tends to favor the identification of lisping when compared with its voiced counterpart [z]. Topics Discussed in This Paper. The speech productions analyzed were obtained from a databank. In general, the literature evidences great anherior in investigating the possible relationship between lisping and morphological alterations in the oral cavity in children with and without craniofacial malformations.
Electropalatography in the assessment and treatment of speech difficulties in children with Down syndrome. ABSTRACT Purpose to investigate whether lisp, when identified, differs between voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives produced by children with cleft palate. Tiina Laine European journal of orthodontics Conversely, the possibility of efficient adaptation of children to the different structural conditions 31 may cause a less distorted speech, which would impair the auditory perception of lisping in the presence of facial deformity.
It is assumed that the vocal folds abducted during production of unvoiced fricatives allow a greater volume of airflow to pass through the glottis toward the oral cavity. This study evidenced that the selection of fricative consonants interfered with the auditory perception of lisping, with greater occurrence of lisping in the alveolar fricative [s] compared to [z]. Examples of productions with and without lisping were offered to the speech-language pathologists before the study for calibration.
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Speech defect and orthodontics: Conclusions dentofacial deformities may favor the occurrence of lisp in population with cleft palate. Thus, this study investigated whether lisping, when present, differs between voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives produced by children with operated cleft lip and palate. In these studies, the presence of morphological alterations malocclusion was considered a factor that favors the presence of lisping, yet it should not be considered determinant.
However, by electropalatography, investigators 21 have identified inter- and intra-individual variability in productions of [s] and [z] in adults with normal speech. Nasal airway dimensions of adults with cleft lip and palate: Information on the acoustic and articulatory characteristics of voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives reported in the international literature indicate differences between these consonants, when produced by individuals with normal speech.
Showing of 6 extracted citations. Considering the occurrence of differences in tongue root positioning between voiced and unvoiced fricatives in the production of normal speakers, this difference is also expected, though less marked, in the presence of lisping in which there is variability in the production of fricatives.
A preliminary study involving preschool children with malocclusion yet without craniofacial malformations indicated greater occurrence of lisping in fricative [s] compared with [z], when auditory perceptual judgment was used February 19, ; Accepted: Effects of fixed labial orthodontic appliances on speech sound production.
Electropalatography in the description and treatment of speech disorders in five children with cerebral palsy.
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