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Letters to the Editor
February 1998

Is There Still Discussion When the Mandible Is Dislocated?—Reply

Arch Neurol. 1998;55(2):263-264. doi:

In reply

We thank Auzou and colleagues for their interest in our case report and for clarifying the definition of dysarthria. We used the definition from Merritt's Textbook of Neurology.1Dysarthria was the term used to characterize the patient's unintelligible speech prior to diagnosis, and thus before the exact cause was known. Perhaps there is a better alternative to this widely used description, although we would favor a more pragmatic definition.

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