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CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN RESTORING ORAL COMMUNICATION TO 274 LARYNGECTOMIZED PATIENTS BY ESOPHAGEAL VOICE †
- L. Heaver, Willard L. White, Nona Goldstein
- Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
- 1 September 1955
Maximum rehabilitation of the patient who has had a laryngectomy is determined largely by a restoration of his ability to communicate without the use of pencil and paper. To this end, the… Expand
Rehabilitation of alaryngeal aphonia.
To relieve the pathologic reactive depression which commonly follows laryngectomy, the patient's vocal facility must be restored as soon as possible.Many workers advocate esophageal phonation in… Expand