A classic overview of the voice and voice disorders, theirclinical management, and the methods of diagnosis andtreatment.
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Table of Contents
All chapters conclude with "Summary."
1. The Voice and Voice Therapy.
The Biological Function of the Larynx.
The Emotional Function of the Larynx.
The Linguistic Function of the Voice.
Voice Disorders in the Normal Population.
Kinds of Voice Disorders.
Management and Therapy for Voice Disorders.
2. The Normal Voice.
Normal Aspects of Voice.
Normal Processes of Voice Production.
3. Voice Disorders.
Functional versus Organic Dilemma.
Voice Disorders Related to Faulty Usage: Functional Etiology.
Voice Disorders Related to Neurological Factors: Neurologic Etiology.
Voice Disorders Related to Organic Changes of Vocal Mechanisms: Organic Etiology.
4. Neurogenic Voice Disorders.
A Working View of the Nervous System.
Neurogenic Problems of Vocal Fold Adduction.
Voice Problems in Neurological Diseases.
5. Voice Evaluation.
The Voice Evaluation and Medical Information.
The Voice Evaluation.
6. Voice Therapy.
Voice Management and Therapy for Young Children.
Voice Therapy for Adolescents and Adults.
Voice Therapy Facilitating Approaches.
7. Management and Therapy for Special Problems.
Management-Voice Therapy for Particular Populations.
Management-Voice Therapy for Faulty Voice Usage.
Management-Voice Therapy for Respiratory-Based Voice Problems.
Management-Voice Therapy for Vocal Fold Lesions.
8. Voice Therapy Following Treatment for Laryngeal Cancer.
Modes of Cancer Treatment.
9. Therapy for Resonance Disorders.
Nasal Resonance Problems.
Therapy for Oral-Pharyngeal Resonance Problems.
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