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A term of comparison meaning farther from a point of reference: it is the opposite of proximal.


Disordered articulation. Any lesion that pro-duces paralysis, slowing or incoordination of the muscle of articulation, or local discomfort, will cause dysarthria. Examples are upper and lower motor lesions of the lower cranial nerves, cerebellar lesions, Parkinson’s disease and local lesions in the mouth, larynx, pharynx and tongue.


Abnormal cell growth or maturation of cells.


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