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Clinical voice pathology :theory and management



An excellent reference for speech-language pathologists and voice pathologists in clinical practice, each chapter is a building block for the understanding of the ultimate goal: the ability to evaluate and treat voice disorders. It begins with the evolution of treatment of voice disorders, tracing through decades of advancement up to the 21st century how voice problems were perceived, understood, and treated to give a better appreciation for today's practice. The anatomy and physiology of the physical laryngeal structures are explicitly described, and in-depth descriptions of laryngeal pathologies, causes, and treatment are included. A diagnostic voice evaluation gives detailed descriptions for the clinician, including the patient interview, techniques for perceptual voice analysis, and report writing strategies. Detailed chapter on voice therapy uses case studies to fully illustrate with concise descriptions that allow the reader to implement the therapies.


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