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  1. P. T. Quinn,
  2. Gavin Andrews
  1. Human Communication Laboratory, University of New South Wales Teaching Hospitals, The Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney, Australia

    Neurological stuttering—a clinical entity?


    Stuttering associated with neurological pathology in normal adult speakers is uncommon, has no consistent clinicopathological picture, and its significance is too easily dismissed. A case is reported showing that stuttering may be a presenting symptom of progressive neurological disease, and another case demonstrates that a speech disorder which is indistinguishable from common stuttering may follow cerebral follow injury in adulthood.

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    Neurological stuttering—a clinical entity?