The singing voice specialist, SLP, and laryngologist
If your doctor rules out medical reasons, ask to be referred to a laryngologist
or voice-specialized ear, nose, and throat surgeon.
Talk to a physician (such as a laryngologist
or an ear, nose, and throat specialist) or a speech language pathologist to determine the cause of your dysphonia and develop a treatment plan.
Also known as sphenoethmoidal cells, Onodi cells were first described by the Hungarian laryngologist
Adolf Onodi in 1904.
Continuous US imaging with a SonoSite HFL38 transducer with a frequency of 6 to 13 MHz (Fujifilm SonoSite; Bothell, Wash.) was performed by the US technician in real time, allowing the laryngologist
to view the relationship of the cupped forceps to the FB.
The measurements were performed by 2 speech therapists and one laryngologist
using panel data approach; obtaining the average of the measurements gathered from each rater.
Benign vocal fold pathology through the eyes of the laryngologist
. In: Rubin JS, Sataloff RT, Korovin GS, editors.
Aaron Friedman, a laryngologist
at NorthShore University HealthSystems Voice Center.
Close cooperation between neurologists, laryngologist
, physiotherapists, psychiatrists, and dentists can help in identifying the causes of these ailments and avoiding the misdiagnosis or false causal relationship.
The trained ear of a voice teacher or music professional observing the voice can learn to recognize problem symptoms, but it definitely takes a laryngologist
and a voice team (physician, speech-language pathologist, singing voice specialist) to diagnose and treat voice disorders of the speaking and singing voice, whether functional (caused by behaviors and use/overuse), organic or both.
Additionally, all participants were suspected, per the laryngologist
, to have a possible cofactor of LPR based on either their RSI score and/or laryngeal imaging findings.
Without the tissue, people are left unable to speak, says Seth Cohen, a laryngologist
at the Duke University School of Medicine.