Vrushali Angadi

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BACKGROUND Radiation therapy (XRT) has proven to be an effective curative modality in the treatment of laryngeal cancers. However, XRT also has deleterious effects on vocal function. AIM To demonstrate the multidimensional nature of deficits in vocal function as a result of radiation therapy for laryngeal cancer. STUDY DESIGN Cohort study. METHODOLOGY(More)
Breathiness in the singing voice is problematic for classical singers. Voice students and singing teachers typically attribute breathiness to breath management issues and breathing technique. The present study sought to determine whether glottic insufficiency may also contribute to breathiness in a singer's voice. Studies have revealed a relationship(More)
5 The following four exercises are performed twice daily (morning and evening) the prescribed number of times (according to dose) for 6 weeks. Exercise 1: Warm up exercise-sustain vowel /i/ as long as possible • Females on musical not F above middle C • Extreme forward focus " almost but not quite nasal " Goal-sustained /i/ equal to vital capacity/ 80 mL/s(More)
Clinical evidence suggests that laryngeal muscle dysfunction is associated with human aging. Studies in animal models have reported morphological changes consistent with denervation in laryngeal muscles with age. Life-long laryngeal muscle activity relies on cytoskeletal integrity and nerve-muscle communication at the neuromuscular junction (NMJ). It is(More)
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