The speech clinician's use of fiberoptics in indirect laryngoscopy.

Abstract

This paper explores the use of fiberoptics in indirect laryngoscopy and encourages the speech pathologist to use this procedure in a diagnostic and therapeutic context. Routine use of this procedure by speech pathologists would broaden the role definition of the voice clinician as a skilled evaluator of vocal-fold pathologies.

Cite this paper

@article{Chapey1981TheSC, title={The speech clinician's use of fiberoptics in indirect laryngoscopy.}, author={R Chapey and Alon Salzberg}, journal={Journal of communication disorders}, year={1981}, volume={14 1}, pages={87-90} }