Vocal Pathologies: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Case Studies, Part 1

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Singular Publishing Group, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 336 pages
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Accompanied by speech samples on two audio compact disks, this book is an invaluable resource for professionals and students alike. Features: two free audio CDs containing speech samples; fifty-one case studies which examine the history, examination findings, diagnosis, and treatment of each patient; explores the applications of acoustic, speech aerodynamic, and videostroboscopic instrumentation in both the differential diagnoses and treatment of disorders; provides detailed, updated description of phonosurgical alternatives; and presents extensive behavioral voice therapy techniques for benign and malignant disorders incorporating the use of decision-tree diagrams and log sheets for recording and teaching patient responses to intervention. This new and innovative package is of widespread appeal to academicians, clinical supervisors, speech-language pathologist, and otolaryngologists.

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Contents

Evaluating the Patient
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CHAPTER4 Surgical Alternatives for Nonmalignant
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Nonsurgical Voice Improvement 23
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Professor of Otolaryngology, Wayne State University

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