Diskriminationsstörung – Disorder of distinguishing sounds:
Difficulty with distinguishing similar sounds from one another.
Dysarthrie – Dysarthria:
A speech disorder resulting from a neurological injury in which the muscles that help a person speak are affected making it difficult to pronounce words. It can also affect breathing and the voice.
Dysglossie – Dysglossia:
An acquired speech disorder due to injury or changes of the speech organs such as a jawline fracture, cleft palate, or tumor removal.
Dysgrammatismus – Dysgrammatism:
Difficulties with grammar due to a language disorder.
Dyskinesie – Dyskinesia:
Difficulty or abnormality in performing voluntary muscular movements.
Dyslalie – Dyslalia:
An old term for a phonetic and/or phonological disorder resulting in defective pronunciation of sounds.
Dyslexie – Dyslexia:
A reading disorder. In adults it is often a result of a neurological injury.
Dysphagie – Dysphagia:
Difficulty in swallowing.
Dysphonie – Dysphonia:
Disturbance of vocal function.
Dyspraxie (verbale Dyspraxie) – Dyspraxia (verbal Dyspraxia):
A neurological speech disorder that affects the planning and coordination of speech related movements.
Quelle: "Leitfaden Sprache Sprechen Stimme Schlucken" von J.Siegmüller und H.Bartels / Urban&Fischer Verlag.