oral apraxia

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A syndrome characterized by a reduced ability or inability to produce, on command, voluntary movements of the mouth, such as sticking the tongue out or opening the mouth, although these movements may be produced without difficulty in natural circumstances such as eating and drinking. See also apraxia. [From Latin os, oris the mouth]

Subjects: Psychology.

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