Functional Aphonia - laryngeal movements

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Otorhinolaryngology

Case description

Assessment of laryngeal movement in functional aphonia was performed. Structural disfunction or neurological defects may cause failure of true vocal folds adduction during phonation. Lack of voice is the extreme stage of this condition (it begins as a breathy voice). There can be no abnormalities in cough reflex. Psychological reasons must be elucidated and treated simultaneously.

tags: laryngology aphonia larynx voice

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