24) By October of 1837, Ducrow's impersonation of a silent hero had moved to the Adelphi and was in direct competition with Madame Celeste's aphonic
orphan in J.
Part One Displays highly distractible and/or impulsive behavior  Drooling of oral secretion  Aphonic
 Intubated  S/p extubation related to this admission  Pt/family states pt having difficulty swallowing  Other:-- If none of the above items are checked, proceed with swallow assessment using designated food-stuffs.
suggests people who use ventilators or trachs, have had a laryngectomy, or have the following medical conditions may benefit from this product: dysarthria, aphonic
voice, dysphonia, imprecise articulation, cerebral palsy, stroke, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS), muscular dystrophy (MD), Parkinson's or Huntington's disease, spinal-cord injury, or vocal nodules or vocal-fold paralysis.
In the final section, Charles is posited as metaphor of authorial evanescence, present everywhere, visible nowhere, aphonic
, yet all-seeing, incapable of articulation, yet capable of seeing real beauty.
Predictably, these patients are typically tetraplegic, aphonic
, and anarthric.
He was aphonic
after decannulation and was diagnosed with "vocal fold paralysis.