Mila Veselinović

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INTRODUCTION Hearing impairment, as a type of sensory disability affects the quality of life of adolescents. The aim of this study was to determine whether the quality of life of adolescents with hearing impairments was different from the quality of life of adolescents without disabilities, and to examine the correlation between self--reported quality of(More)
INTRODUCTION Articulation is the result of speech organs and it means clean, clear and distinct pronunciation of voices in words. MATERIAL AND METHODS A prospective study included 24 children between 5 and 15 years of age, of both sexes. All children were monolingual, Serbian being their native language. The quality of articulation was tested with Triage(More)
INTRODUCTION Well-established esophageal voice and speech is the most human-like form of communication of laryngectomized patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS The study sample consisted of 28 patients of the Department of Ear. Nose and Throat, Clinical Center of Vojvodina in Novi Sad. All patients underwent total laryngectomy because of laryngeal cancer(More)
INTRODUCTION Articulation of pronounced sounds during the training and subsequent use of esophageal speech is very important because it contributes significantly to intelligibility and aesthetics of spoken words and sentences, as well as of speech and language itself. The aim of this research was to determine the quality of articulation of sounds of Serbian(More)
INTRODUCTION Phonetic and phonological system of the healthy members of one linguistic community is fully formed around 8 yedrs of age. The auditory and articulatory habits are established with age and tend to be more difficult to be upgraded and completed later. MATERIAL AND METHODS The research was done as a cross-sectional study, conducted at the(More)
INTRODUCTION Hyperkinetic (hyperfunctional) dysphonia is a common pathology. The disorder is often found in vocal professionals faced with high vocal requirements. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of vocal therapy on voice condition characterized by hyperkinetic dysphonia with prenodular lesions and soft nodules. METHODS(More)
INTRODUCTION Dysphonias due to primary neurogenic disorders are a group of voice disorders that can be caused by both central and peripheral disorders of the larynx innervation. There are numerous causes leading to paralysis of superior and/or inferior laryngeal nerves, particularly of the inferior laryngeal or recurrent nerve. VOICE THERAPY IN UNILATERAL(More)
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