[Quantitative study of phonation by aerophonoscopy: Reproducibility study on healthy volunteers].

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INTRODUCTION The aerophonoscope allows for recording buccal and nasal airflow during breathing and speech and the sounds emitted by the patient. It is known to be useful in the postoperative follow-up of cleft lip and palate children, but there are currently no studies that quantitatively validate its reliability in pathological or non-pathological… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.revsto.2015.11.001

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@article{Ganry2016QuantitativeSO, title={[Quantitative study of phonation by aerophonoscopy: Reproducibility study on healthy volunteers].}, author={L Ganry and Philippe Blot and S Balandier and J-M Bouric and Waddah Sabouni and P. Le Corre and R. H. Khonsari}, journal={Revue de stomatologie, de chirurgie maxillo-faciale et de chirurgie orale}, year={2016}, volume={117 2}, pages={62-6} }