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Prevalence of voice disorders in teachers and the general population.
Being a teacher, being a woman, being between 40 and 59 years of age, having 16 or more years of education, and having a family history of voice disorders were each positively associated with having experienced a voice disorder in the past.
Voice disorders in teachers and the general population: effects on work performance, attendance, and future career choices.
Teachers were significantly more likely than nonteachers to have experienced multiple voice symptoms and signs including hoarseness, discomfort, and increased effort while using their voice, and to consider changing occupations because of their voice.
Establishing validity of the Consensus Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation of Voice (CAPE-V).
Although both CAPE-V and GRBAS reliability coefficients varied across raters and parameters, this study reports slightly improved rater reliability using the CAPe-V to make perceptual judgments of voice quality in comparison to theGRBAS scale.
Attitudes of children with dysphonia.
Histologic and rheologic characterization of vocal fold scarring.
Quality of life in children with velopharyngeal insufficiency.
Children with VPI and their parents perceive negative QOL greater than that of normal controls and theirParents and Parental proxy may be an adequate substitute in this population.
Characterization of chronic vocal fold scarring in a rabbit model.
Boot camp: a novel intensive approach to voice therapy.
Recommendations of the Neurolaryngology Study Group on laryngeal electromyography