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Organic Voice Disorders: Assessment and Treatment 1st Edition

William S. Brown, Jr., Ph.D., Betsy P. Vinson, Michael A. Crary

  • Published
  • 300 Pages

Overview

Text on the current trends in prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of voice disorders, for students and clinicians in speech-language pathology or otolaryngology.

William S. Brown, Jr., Ph.D.,

Betsy P. Vinson, Clinical Associate Professor, Program Director and UG/G Coordinator for Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Florida.

Betsy Partin Vinson is a clinical associate professor at the University of Florida where she teaches the undergraduate Introduction to Language Disorders course, the graduate level Diagnostics course, and a variety of graduate electives including pediatric dysphagia and counseling. She earned her Master of Medical Science degree in 1976 from Emory University. Before joining the faculty at UF in 1985, she worked in a state facility for handicapped individuals, and at a public school for the mentally and/or physically challenged.

Michael A. Crary, Prof. of Speech Lang. Pathology, Dept. of Communicative Dis., Univ. of Florida Health Science Center

Contributors
Foreword by Hans von Leden, M.D.
Preface
SECTION I: ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF VOICE
Chapter 1: The Discipline of Voice: An Historical Perspective
Chapter 2: The Anatomy of the Vocal Mechanism
Chapter 3: Physiology of Voice Quality
Chapter 4: Life Span Changes in the Larynx: An Anatomical
SECTION II: OVERVIEW OF ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF VOICE DISORDERS
Chapter 5: The Voice Care Team
Chapter 6: Diagnosis and Measurement: Assessing the `WHs`of Voice FunctionChapter 7: Principles of Treatment
SECTION III: VOICE DISORDERS DUE TO INFLAMMATION, EDEMA, AND LESIONS
Chapter 8: The Irritated Larynx: Edema and Inflammation
Chapter 9: Nodules and Polyps
Chapter 10: Lesions of the Lamina Propria
Chapter 11: Laryngeal Papilloma
Chapter 12: Laryngeal Ulcers
Chapter 13: Malignant Lesions of the Larynx
SECTION IV: VOICE PROBLEMS DUE TO MOVEMENT DISORDERS
Chapter 14: Vocal Fold ImmobilityChapter 15: Neurological Disorders of the Voice
Chapter 16: Spasmodic Dysphonia
Index

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Organic Voice Disorders: Assessment and Treatment

ISBN: 9781565932685
Text on the current trends in prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of voice disorders, for students and clinicians in speech-language pathology or otolaryngology.

FOR STUDENTS

Organic Voice Disorders: Assessment and Treatment

ISBN: 9781565932685
Text on the current trends in prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of voice disorders, for students and clinicians in speech-language pathology or otolaryngology.