Jonathan L. Case

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UNLABELLED Spasmodic dysphonia is a rare voice disorder that is most successfully treated by injection of botulinum toxin (i.e., BOTOX) into the affected laryngeal muscles. BOTOX is currently available for use by professionals outside of metropolitan voice centers who may be unfamiliar with this rare disorder. Patients may seek assessment and treatment(More)
  • J L Case
  • Seminars in speech and language
  • 1999
The purpose of this article is to describe salient technologies available for assessing patients with disorders of voice. Measurements of jitter, shimmer, harmonic-to-noise ratio, fundamental frequency of the speaking voice, basal frequency, ceiling frequency, computation of pitch range, speaking intensity, intensity increase potential, vital capacity,(More)
In this talk, I will present recent results from a project led at NASAfGSFC, in collaboration with NASAfMSFC and JHU, focused on the development and application of an observation-driven integrated modeling system that represents aerosol, cloud, precipitation and land processes at satellite-resolved scales. The project, known as the NASA Unified WRF(More)
  • J L Case
  • Seminars in speech and language
  • 1999
Currently there are several instruments that provide technological support for the treatment of patients with voice disorders. In this article, specific disorders are discussed along with the technologies that can be utilized to augment treatment. Not all forms of voice disorder can be covered, but representative samples from the major categories should(More)
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