Theory and instrumentation for quantitative measurement of nasality.

@article{Fletcher1970TheoryAI,
  title={Theory and instrumentation for quantitative measurement of nasality.},
  author={Samuel Glen Fletcher},
  journal={The Cleft palate journal},
  year={1970},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          601-9
        }
}
Speech is recognized as the essential criterion for assessing the ultimate results of treatment for children born with clefts of the palate. In spite of this fact, the precision with which speech and underlying oral function may be assessed has developed rather slowly. The main limitation in progress seems to have been that essentially all diagnostic and remedial approaches have depended upon perceptual evaluation as the basis for clinical judgments. This approach has at least two major… CONTINUE READING

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