kymography


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kymography

(kaɪˈmɒɡrɑfɪ)
n
the practice of using kymographs for recording or measuring

kymography, cymography

1. the measuring and recording of variations in fluid pressure, as blood pressure.
2. the measuring and recording of the angular oscillations of an aircraft in flight, with respect to an axis or axes flxed in space. — kymograph, n. — kymographic, adj.
See also: Measurement
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True slow motion images are very useful in such cases, and the technologies of high speed imaging and kymography have been developed to provide just that.
Kymography was developed as a method of analyzing the vocal fold while transcending both the limitations of stroboscopy and the cumbersome analysis of high speed digital imaging.
Methodologies such as CT scans, videofluoroscopy, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), direct EMG (electromyography), EGG (electroglottography), OCT (optical coherence tomography), videolaryngostrobscopy, ultrasound, high speed photography, and kymography will help unravel the still remaining mysteries of the belt voice.