John Laver notes that "[the] main phonatory
characteristic of breathy voice, incomplete closure of the vocal folds, is consistent with Chiba and Kajiyama's comment .
Our study has three limitations: (1) it was a retrospective investigation, (2) our sample size was limited to only 16 patients, and (3) we lacked information about confounding factors in our patients such as laryngopharyngeal reflux disease and phonatory
Speech is a high complexity linguistic and motor act, taking into consideration that it requires the harmonic and temporal coordination of neural, muscular (respiratory, phonatory
and articulatory) and auditory processes.
The voice production refers to the optimal coordination among the respiratory, phonatory
, resonation, and articulation subsystems, and changes at any level of this complex mechanism lead to certain voice and speech quality disorders [1-5].
Unilateral RLN trauma is less serious complication as compared to bilateral RLN damage which is characterized by phonatory
, respiratory and psychological problems causing social and physical trauma to the patient.
We used magnified laryngoscopes to maximize the clarity with which we could see, and therefore evaluate, the clinical anatomy of the vocal folds, the propagation of the mucosal wave during phonation, closure patterns, and the changing morphologies of the larynx as singers proceeded through phonatory
A case report in changes in phonatory
physiology following voice therapy: application of high-speed imaging.
Stuttering which is also known as stammering is one of the most common speech disorder which is the disruption of speech motor behavior's causing repetition and prolongation of speech sounds, syllables and words along with the repetition and prolongation of articulatory and phonatory
Both cords were mobile with a phonatory
gap on glottis closure.
a collective group of neurologic speech disorders that reflect abnormalities in the strength, speed, range, steadiness, tone, or accuracy of movements required for the breathing, phonatory
, resonatory, articulatory or prosodic aspects of speech production.
The language of hunting is shooting; the gun is its phonatory
Vocal problems, such as phonatory
instability and vocal cord strain or abnormalities also fit into this category.