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It should be highlighted that the speech-language pathologists were not asked to characterize the type of lisping, but rather to identify its presence or absence at least in one fricative segment that constituted each of the two phrases, based on the auditory judgment. References Publications referenced by this paper. Table 1 presents the occurrence of lisping in voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives in the children investigated. Relationship between malocclusion and fonoarticulatory disorders.
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However, by electropalatography, investigators 21 have identified inter- and intra-individual variability in productions of [s] and [z] in adults with normal speech.
Kent RD, Read C. Middle ear disease in children with cleft palate – protocols for manegement. Rev Soc Bras Fonoaudiol. Correlations between malocclusions and dyslalias. Acoustically, voiced fricatives are characterized by the presence of two sources, the glottal source responsible for voicing and the noise source resulting from constriction of the vocal tractwhile unvoiced fricatives are formed by a single noise source 7. Malocclusion traits and articulatory components of speech.
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Conclusions dentofacial deformities may favor the occurrence of lisp in population with cleft palate. Eur J Paediatr Dent. Vertical interrincisal trespass assessment in children with speech disorders.
Cochrane Database of Systematic ReviewsIssue 3. Electropalatographic and cephalometric assessment of tongue function in open bite and non-open bite subjects.
Note the poor interarch relationship with negative overjet and normal inclination of maxillary incisors, bilateral crossbite, tendency to open bite at the cleft area and face tending to Angle Class III, with evident maxillary deficiency.
Several studies report that occlusal alterations may cause disorders in the production of alveolar fricative consonants 1 – 6. The same tendency was observed in a previous study involving preschool children with occlusal alterations, in whom lisping was more noticed for [s] in controlled speech conditions Similar to electropalatography, data obtained by magnetic resonance imaging also indicated differences between unvoiced and voiced fricative consonants including alveolar fricativesproduced by North American adults with normal speech.
Singular Publishing Group; Vertical interincisal trespass assessment in children with speech disorders. Universal parameters for reporting speech outcomes in individuals with cleft palate. The speech pathology treatment with alterations of the stomatognathic system. 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].
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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 The acoust analysis of speech. This microphone was connected to an audio capture plate Sound Blaster Audigy 2 installed in a computer, in which the audio recordings were saved in files in WAV format, using the software Sony Sound Forge, version 8.
This evaluation revealed a tendency of more anterior tongue root positioning in voiced fricatives compared to the unvoiced counterparts 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].
Speech Disorders Search for additional papers on this topic. Previous studies demonstrated the importance of acoustic analysis to understand the pathological speech 22 Overall, phrases were initially selected for this study, being 64 corresponding to two consecutive repetitions of the phrase composed of fricative [s] and 64 corresponding to two consecutive repetitions of the phrase composed of fricative [z], produced by the 32 individuals.
First, acoustic descriptions indicate that voiced alveolar fricatives present lower intensity and duration than their unvoiced counterparts, due to coupling of the glottal and frictional sources Therefore, it may be suggested that articulatory differences between [s] and [z] may also occur in the presence of lisping, yet to a lower degree for [z], allowing greater auditory perception compared with [s].
The literature reports the importance of ultrasonography 32 and electropalatography 33 – 35 for better understanding of the pathological speech involving fricative consonants, including those related with cleft lip and palate The face is excessively concave with very poor orthodontic-surgical prognosis.
It is suggested that lisp is dependent of the phonetic-phonological context of the sentence and therefore must be considered for clinical and research purposes. The hypothesis initially adopted in this study is that lisping, when present, presents differently in voiced and unvoiced fricatives, with greater occurrence for unvoiced compared with voiced alveolar fricatives.
Observe the very poor interarch relationship with markedly negative overjet, total crossbite, morphology of the maxillary dental arch and poor anatomy of the palate. Citations Publications citing this paper. Irene Queiroz Marchesan The International journal of orofacial myology…. Effects of fixed labial orthodontic appliances on speech sound production.
Also, articulatory descriptions resulting from electropalatography indicate differences between the production of alveolar fricatives [s] and [z] in individuals with normal speech.
Tiina Laine European journal of orthodontics However, a previous study involving preschool children with malocclusion yet without history of craniofacial malformations 19 revealed greater occurrence of lisping in [s] compared with [z].
These data confirm a previous study that revealed a lack of direct association between lisping and occlusal scores with variation in the degree of severity, i. Santos The International journal of orofacial myology…. Therefore, it is observed that the fricative [s] favors the identification of lisping by the examiner and may be used both for screening and clinical speech evaluations.