Diagnosis and Treatment of Voice Disorders / Edition 3

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Overview

The new third edition of Diagnosis and Treatment of Voice Disorders is the up-to-date and accessible reference for the range of professionals who care for patients with voice disorders. Over 60 well-known contributors provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to the characteristics of voice disorders, diagnostic procedures and techniques, and treatment models.
Each contributor, an expert of their respective field, conveys the complexities of the science of the human voice, and together they present current best practices in voice.
The book has been significantly revised and updated to cover advances in the science and medicine of voice disorders, including a substantial increase in coverage of the formation of the larynx; new insights provided by functional brain imaging; the musculoskeletal system in voice disorders; surgical diagnostic evaluation techniques; infant and pediatric voice disorders; drug effects, interaction and complications; laryngopharyngeal reflux and voice disorders; treatment options in non-surgical management; and extensively revised information on surgery for laryngeal cancer. In addition, new chapters have been added including: The Neurology of Stuttering, Transnasal Esophagoscopy; Diagnosis and Treatment of Pediatric Voice Disorders; Corticosteroid Use in Otolaryngology; The Effects of Posture on Voice; and management of Adult Onset Subglottic and Tracheal Stenosis.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

From The Critics
Reviewer: Michiel J. Bové, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This is a comprehensive, multiauthored and multidisciplinary textbook covering the full range of laryngology, including both the scientific foundations and the clinical application.
Purpose: This book provides the reader with an up-to-date overview of the basic science, diagnosis, and treatment of voice and laryngologic disorders. It is also intended to stimulate current thought and research in the diverse fields of voice.
Audience: The intended audience includes the various professionals caring for patients with voice and laryngologic issues, including otolaryngologists, speech-language pathologists, voice and singing pedagogues, and students of each of these groups.
Features: Now in its third edition, this book maintains the format of the previous two editions and continues to provide a comprehensive and well illustrated overview of the field of laryngology. Its 48 chapters are divided into three broad units covering basic science, clinical assessment, and management. Some 75 authors have contributed to this edition, the names of most of which should be familiar to any reader with even a passing familiarity with the subject matter. Chapters have been updated from the previous edition - published a mere three years earlier - as warranted by recent advances in the field. To this end, while some chapters have undergone few changes from the previous edition (see Henick's Laryngeal Development), others have been substantially updated (see Laitman et al.'s Formation of the Larynx: From Hox Genes to Critical Periods). Similarly, Woodson's chapter on research in laryngology has been updated to reflect the latest perspective on upcoming trends. Several chapters are entirely new to the third edition. These include The Neurology of Stuttering, Transnasal Esophagoscopy, Corticosteroid Use in Otolaryngology and Management of Adult Onset Subglottic and Tracheal Stenosis. Nearly all aspects of the specialty are addressed separately, including some that are rarely touched upon in similar books. Included, for instance, is a chapter devoted to the nonlinear basis of dynamic voice disorders.
Assessment: This book provides a comprehensive, well written overview of modern laryngology in language that remains accessible to an interdisciplinary readership. It would serve well as an updated reference for nearly any professional serving the voice needs of patients.
David B. Conley
This multiauthored collection of chapters on disorders of the voice covers the full range of laryngology, including basic sciences, laryngeal disorders, laryngeal diagnosis, and management of voice disorders. The authors present the most current thinking in many diverse areas of voice disorder in this encyclopedic text. The purpose is to present the diverse field of voice disorders from basic science to diagnosis and treatment of vocal disorders in a single volume. The authors intend the book to be a current and fairly comprehensive reference for professionals involved in the study and treatment of voice disorders. The book is intended to stimulate current thought and research in the diverse fields of voice. These objectives are not only worthy but also timely, because this field has grown significantly in the past 10 years. On the whole, the authors meet these objectives. The audience includes otolaryngologists, basic scientists, speech-language pathologists, voice and singing pedagogues, and students of each of these groups. This is the appropriate audience for the book. The authors and many of the contributors are well-recognized authorities in their respective fields. The book is well illustrated, using an appropriate mix of black-and-white drawings, black-and-white photographs, and color photographs where appropriate. Photographic reproduction is generally of good to excellent quality. The references are very current and pertinent in almost all chapters. The overall appearance of the book is very attractive. The authors present a state-of-the-art encyclopedic collection of the broad range of basic science, diagnosis, and treatment of vocal disorders. The book will beuseful to the many researchers and practitioners involved in and related to this multidisciplinary specialty. The overall quality is excellent. Most chapters are very well written and address the material appropriately. The book is appropriate for individuals, medical school libraries, and departmental libraries.
Booknews
A multi-authored compendium which delineates the growth of knowledge in the field of voice disorders, as a ready reference for professionals in the field, including otolaryngologists, basic scientists, speech-language pathologists, voice and singing padagogues, and students in these areas. The volume contains 36 chapters arranged in four parts: basic sciences; laryngeal disorders, laryngeal diagnosis, and management of voice disorders. Thoroughly and excellently illustrated in color and b&w. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781597560078
  • Publisher: Plural Pub Inc
  • Publication date: 1/28/2006
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 815
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Consultant ENT Surgeon at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital. Senior Lecturer (Honorary) at the Institute of Laryngology and Otology, University of London, London, United Kingdom.

Robert Thayer Sataloff, MD, DMA is a prolific writer of books and articles. Dr. Sataloff is Professor of Otolaryngology at Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia; Chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery at Graduate Hospital; Adjunct Professor of Otorhinolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery, The University of Pennsylvania and at Georgetown University; on the faculties of the Acadeomy of Vocal Arts and the Curtis Institute of Music, Conductor of the Thomas Jefferson University Choir and Orchestra, and Director of the Jefferson Arts-Medicine Center. He is also a professional singer and singing teacher. Dr. Sataloff is Chairman of the Board of Chief Directors of the Voice Foundation and of the American Institute for Voice and Ear Research. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Voice, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Occupational Hearing Loss; on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Singing, Medical Problems of Performing Artists and Ear, Nose and Throat Journal.

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Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface
1 Formation of the Larynx: From Homeobox Genes to Critical Periods 3
2 Laryngeal Development 17
3 Anatomy of the Human Larynx 27
4 Functional Fine Structures of the Human Vocal Fold Mucosa 41
5 Microanatomy of the Vocal Fold Musculature 49
6 Benign Vocal Fold Pathology Through the Eyes of the Laryngologist 69
7 Laryngeal Function During Phonation 87
8 Laryngeal Neurophysiology 107
9 Dynamic Disorders of Voice: A Chaotic Perspective on Vocal Irregularities 113
10 Research in Laryngology 131
11 History and Physical Examination of Patients With Voice Disorders 137
12 Evaluation of Laryngeal Biomechanics by Fiberoptic Laryngoscopy 171
13 Introduction to the Laboratory Diagnosis of Vocal Disorders 183
14 Measuring Vocal Fold Function 191
15 Laryngeal Electromyography 221
16 Laryngeal Photography and Videography 233
17 3D Laryngeal CT Scan for Voice Disorders: Virtual Endoscopy-Virtual Dissection 257
18 The Evaluation of Voice Outcomes and Quality of Life 285
19 Voice Impairment, Disability, Handicap, and Medical/Legal Evaluation 291
20 Common Medical Diagnoses and Treatment in Patients With Voice Disorders 303
21 Congenital Anomalies of the Larynx 321
22 Voice Disorders in the Pediatric Population 345
23 The Larynx: A Hormonal Target 355
24 Laryngopharyngeal Reflux and Voice Disorders 381
25 Infectious and Inflammatory Disorders of the Larynx 393
26 Neurologic Disorders and the Voice 409
27 Vocal Fold Paralysis 435
28 Management of Spasmodic Dysphonias 457
29 Psychologic Aspects of Voice Disorders 479
30 Medications and the Voice 513
31 The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in the Treatment of Voice Disorders 527
32 The Role of the Voice Specialist in the Non-medical Management of Benign Voice Disorders 537
33 Laryngeal Manipulation 561
34 Special Considerations for the Professional Voice User 583
35 Laryngotracheal Trauma 597
36 Surgical Management of Benign Voice Disorders 619
37 Laryngeal Framework Surgery 641
38 Laryngeal Reinnervation 659
39 Premalignant Lesions of the Larynx 667
40 Surgery for Laryngeal Cancer 679
41 Diagnosis and Management of Postoperative Dysphonia 701
Index 717
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