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Dysphonia in the aging: physiology versus disease.
A chart review from 151 dysphonic patients over the age of 60 was done to define aging related voice disorders. Overwhelmingly, patients suffered from dysphonia due to disease processes associatedExpand
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Stroboscopic signs associated with benign lesions of the vocal folds.
Stroboscopic signs were systematically rated for a group of 80 patients with benign vocal fold lesions, most of whom had either a nodule or a polyp. Each group revealed a characteristic pattern ofExpand
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Physiological characteristics of the supported singing voice. A preliminary study.
The purpose of this study was to develop a definition of the supported singing voice based on physiological characteristics by comparing the subjects' concepts of a supported voice with objectiveExpand
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Diagnosis and treatment of persistent dysphonia after laryngeal surgery: a retrospective analysis of 62 patients.
Sixty-two patients with persistent or recurrent dysphonia after laryngeal surgery underwent interdisciplinary voice evaluation, laryngostroboscopy, and objective measurements of vocal function. TheExpand
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Endoscopic microsuture repair of vocal fold defects.
The presence of a nonvibratory segment of vocal folds after microlaryngeal surgery is often a cause of poor voice result. The etiology of a nonvibratory segment is due to full thickness epithelialExpand
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The Differentiability with Respect to a Parameter of the Solution of a Linear Abstract Cauchy Problem
The differentiability with repect to a parameter of the solution of a linear inhomogeneous abstract Cauchy problem is considered by employing the theory of strongly continuous semigroups. CriteriaExpand
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Parameter identification for an abstract Cauchy problem by quasilinearization
Abstract : A parameter identification problem is considered in the context of a linear abstract Cauchy problem with a parameter-dependent evolution operator. Conditions are investigated under whichExpand
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Laryngeal behavior during stuttering.
Laryngeal behavior associated with 101 stutterings (part-work repetitions, sound prolongations, and broken words) produced by a group of 10 stutterers was observed by means of a flexible fiberopticExpand
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Laryngeal behavior during stuttering: a further study.
The purpose of this study was to provide detailed, objective descriptions of stutterers' laryngeal behavior during instances of stuttering within conversational speech. Subjects were 11 adultExpand
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Visible Laryngeal Changes during Voice Therapy
Use of a flexible fiber-optic naso-laryngoscope has permitted visualization and identification of laryngeal structures and various abnormalities in patients difficult to examine by mirrorExpand
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