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The aim of this study was to evaluate the reliability of computerized measurements of glottal parameters from videostroboscopic examinations. Ten patients with glottal insufficiency of different etiology received collagen injections. Measurements of vocal fold length, glottal area and amplitude...
Thirty-seven oral cancer patients were studied an average of 4 years after primary surgical treatment of the tumor. The patients' speech-motor and phonatory functions and speech intelligibility were assessed. Most of the patients (73%) still suffered from speech disorders. Restricted tongue...
A historical survey is presented of three interdisciplinary Danish contributions to the classification and testing of aphasic symptoms. The work of M. Fog and K. Hermann, of I.V. Thomsen, and of A.-L. Christensen is reviewed. These researchers come from the respective fields of neurology, speech...
This is a description of the construction of a Swedish quantitative and qualitative computerised intelligibility assessment of dysarthric speech including words and sentences. The Word section is based on minimal pairs in a multiple choice answering format (rhyme test). In the Sentence section,...
In clinical practice it may be difficult to evaluate the cause of acute dysphonia and aphonia. With the aim of elucidating the aetiology, diagnosis and management of patients with acute voice disorder, we have studied different populations with acute laryngitis and psychogenic voice disorder...
The study aims to: (i) make accurate measurements of age-related changes in female speakers' vocal tract configurations with acoustic reflection technique (ART); (ii) obtain acoustic information of vowel formant frequency changes as a function of aging; and (iii) test the hypothesis that there...
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