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Dental Fluorosis: Variability among Different Inbred Mouse Strains
Concurrent with the decline in dental caries has been an increase in the prevalence of dental fluorosis, a side-effect of exposure to greater than optimal levels of fluoride during amelogenesis. TheExpand
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The effect of pacing strategies on the variability of speech movement sequences in dysarthria.
  • M. McHenry
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of speech, language, and hearing research…
  • 1 June 2003
There are many potential sources of variability in speech production, particularly in individuals with dysarthria. The degree and time course of stabilization of the speech production system duringExpand
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Pitch discrimination and pitch matching abilities of adults who sing inaccurately.
  • E. Bradshaw, M. McHenry
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice…
  • 1 September 2005
Past research regarding singing ability has provided evidence that both supports and refutes a relationship between pitch discrimination ability and pitch production ability. Researchers haveExpand
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Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation for speech-language pathologists
1. Introduction 2. Models of Rehabilitation and Types of Programs 3. Mechanisms of Traumatic Brain Injury and the Pathophysiologic Consequences 4. Medical Management 5. The Nature of Cognitive andExpand
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The effect of specific versus combined warm-up strategies on the voice.
Although actors and singers typically warm-up the voice before performing, little is known about the effects of vocal warm-up on the voice. This study was designed to determine the relativeExpand
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Aerodynamic, acoustic, and perceptual measures of nasality following traumatic brain injury.
Data were obtained from 31 subjects who had incurred a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Two expert listeners judged nasality using direct magnitude estimation with a referent. They rated samples of theExpand
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The Effect of Increased Vocal Effort on Estimated Velopharyngeal Orifice Area
Velopharyngeal deficits are a common component of dysarthria following neurogenic insults. Compensatory strategies may minimize the impact of velopharyngeal deficits on speech production. Velophary...
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Comparing no-touch and tympanic thermometer temperature recordings.
Temperature is a vital sign which can be measured using various types of clinical thermometers. Pulmonary artery temperature is considered the 'gold standard', but this measurement is not usuallyExpand
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Acoustic Characteristics of Voice After Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Objectives/Hypothesis To describe the acoustic characteristics of voice in individuals with motor speech disorders after traumatic brain injury (TBI).
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