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too much tone usually due to UMN damage (bilateral)
Spasticity
No tone, damage to LMN
Flaccidity
last pathway and provides info to the muscles (includes LMN)
-cut= damage to everything despite bilateral input
Final Common Pathway
pathway that influences consciously controlled, skilled movement
-corticobulbar and corticspinal and motor strip
Direct activation pathway
mediates subconscious or automatic muscle activities
-corticorubral and corticreticular
Indirect activation pathway
questions during motor speech eval:
Interfere?
Distress?
deviate from community?
(for speech)
components of speech:
respiration
phonation
resonance
articulation
prosody
muscle strength
speed
range of movement
steadiness
tone
accuracy
Salient feature
patient will suddenly dissolve into crying
psuedobulbar effect