Development of the Craniofacial-Oral-Laryngeal Anatomy: A Review / Edition 1

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NEW: DESCRIPTION 52 Pages: Singular Pub Group (September 1995): This is a brief monograph summarizing human craniofacial, oral, pharyngeal, and laryngeal development from birth to ... adulthood. It is a well-organized and concisely written review of the maturation of the vocal tract. The purpose is to review and summarize the literature related to the developmental anatomy of the upper aerodigestive tract. The text provides a succinct and well referenced introduction. It is a welcomed addition. This book is designed primarily as an introductory text for graduate students in speech-language pathology. Students will find the text particularly helpful as an overview of the major themes and issues in vocal tract development and a guide to the primary literature. The primary author is well known and respected for his scholarly contributions. The text has few illustrations limited to simple anatomic line drawings. It is well referenced. Each section has a table of selected sources for anatomic development which is particularly helpful and well done. The table of contents and index are limited but adequate. The book is written in the form of an amplified review article. It is well written and referenced. It will provide instructors with a needed introductory text and graduate students with a helpful reference guide. Read more Show Less

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Reviewer: Richard J. Nelson, MD (Medical College of Ohio)
Description: This is a brief monograph summarizing human craniofacial, oral, pharyngeal, and laryngeal development from birth to adulthood. It is a well-organized and concisely written review of the maturation of the vocal tract.
Purpose: The purpose is to review and summarize the literature related to the developmental anatomy of the upper aerodigestive tract. The text provides a succinct and well referenced introduction. It is a welcomed addition.
Audience: This book is designed primarily as an introductory text for graduate students in speech-language pathology. Students will find the text particularly helpful as an overview of the major themes and issues in vocal tract development and a guide to the primary literature. The primary author is well known and respected for his scholarly contributions.
Features: The text has few illustrations limited to simple anatomic line drawings. It is well referenced. Each section has a table of selected sources for anatomic development which is particularly helpful and well done. The table of contents and index are limited but adequate.
Assessment: The book is written in the form of an amplified review article. It is well written and referenced. It will provide instructors with a needed introductory text and graduate students with a helpful reference guide.
Richard J. Nelson
This is a brief monograph summarizing human craniofacial, oral, pharyngeal, and laryngeal development from birth to adulthood. It is a well-organized and concisely written review of the maturation of the vocal tract. The purpose is to review and summarize the literature related to the developmental anatomy of the upper aerodigestive tract. The text provides a succinct and well referenced introduction. It is a welcomed addition. This book is designed primarily as an introductory text for graduate students in speech-language pathology. Students will find the text particularly helpful as an overview of the major themes and issues in vocal tract development and a guide to the primary literature. The primary author is well known and respected for his scholarly contributions. The text has few illustrations limited to simple anatomic line drawings. It is well referenced. Each section has a table of selected sources for anatomic development which is particularly helpful and well done. The table of contents and index are limited but adequate. The book is written in the form of an amplified review article. It is well written and referenced. It will provide instructors with a needed introductory text and graduate students with a helpful reference guide.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781565934252
  • Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
  • Publication date: 9/1/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 52

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction 1
General Issues in Growth and Development 2
Overview of Vocal Tract Anatomy in the Infant and Adult 2
Development of Craniofacial Form 5
Development of Soft Tissues of the Vocal Tract 17
Development of the Larynx 26
Summary of Anatomic Development of the Craniofacial-Oral-Laryngeal Systems 35
Aspects of Muscle Development 36
Conclusion 36
References 39
Appendix 47
Index 51
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