A Marco Peiró

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The clinical use of the laryngeal electromyography is still scanty; nevertheless, in our experience it has been shown to be an efficient and objective test in the study of the neurological disorders of the larynx and in the prognosis of recovery after vocal cord paralysis. We have performed conventional electromyography of the thyroarytenoid and(More)
Fourteen patients have been studied, with precedents of endotracheal intubation, suffering dysphonia and fixation of one vocal cord (13 cases) or both (1 case). The lack of neutrogen signs was confirmed through conventional electromyography, and objectivity because the clinical findings pointing to a direct traumatism of the vocal cord, the cricoarytenoid(More)
Psychogenic dysphonia traditionally has been considered a case of dystonia in which the functional disturbance is attributed to a disturbance in the synchronization of the laryngeal abductor and adductor muscles. Five patients with psychogenic dysphonia were studied by telelaryngoscopy and conventional laryngeal electromyography. This excluded the(More)
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