Clinical Manual for Laryngectomy and Head/neck Cancer Rehabilitation
Singular Publishing Group, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 197 pages
This manual covers current clinical management of the communication problems caused by partial or complete laryngectomy. The only book to address the needs of those whose verbal ability and/or motor function has been disrupted due to the ablative procedures that have affected the tongue, mandible and palate.
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Total Rehabilitation of the Laryngectomee
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