Naila Huseynova - Head of Department of the "Special Education" of Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University
Key words: rhinolalia, anatomical and physiological defects of the speech apparatus, articulation mechanism, palatopharyngeal closure.
Abstract:Rinolalia is a violation of the pronunciation and timbre of the voice due to anatomical and physiological defects of the vocal system. He should be able to determine what is the second most important factor in determining the correction correction in children with rhinolalia. The success of correctional tasks depends on the correct and timely determination of spelling, its level of severity and the start of corrective tasks. Rinolalia is a violation of pronunciation and speaking time caused by anatomical and physiological defects of the vocal system. This defect is often called "silence". During rinolalia, the articulation mechanism, dehydration and noise generation are not normal due to a violation of the nasal cavity and the oral cavity. Depending on the esophagus, there are the following forms of rhinolalia: closed, open and mixed. This disease has such specific symptoms that parents cannot deny it. The main symptoms are unclear or poorly understood speech, a delay in the child's first words and many psychological symptoms. In many cases, the correct diagnosis is not a problem, but it can be difficult to determine what type of disease is present. In this context, the diagnosis is complex and includes consultations with specialists from various fields of medicine.
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