dysphonia


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speech disorder attributable to a disorder of phonation

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When a child presents with dysphonia and lymphadenopathy, always consider viral and bacterial infections such as mononucleosis and group A streptococcal infection.
The three types of spasmodic dysphonia are adductor spasmodic dysphonia, abductor spasmodic dysphonia and mixed spasmodic dysphonia.
Surgically cutting or removing the nerves to the affected muscles has helped some focal dystonias, including blepharospasm, spasmodic dysphonia and torticollis.
One case of oral candidiasis (ciclesonide 80 mcg BID group) and one case of dysphonia (ciclesonide 160 mcg QD group) were reported during the trial.
Surgical interventions can be pursued if nonsurgical management fails to improve the dysphonia.
Studies provide scientific evidence that speech therapy is the treatment of choice for dysphonia, particularly those related with vocal behavior [5,10,11].
9 out of 27 patients with large, compressive goiters presented with complaints of dysphonia.
Of those 4 patients who did experience speech difficulties, 2 patients found it difficult to form words due to pharyngeal pain, 1 patient had dysphonia due to tongue swelling, and 1 patient had dysphonia due to tongue weakness.
Spasmodic dysphonia (SD) is a rare, neurogenic voice disorder that is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed due to its similarity to other voice disorders and a lack of research data.
Windsor Forest Stakes Coral: 11-4 Emulous, 7-2 Nahrain, 4 Chachamaidee, 9 Clinical, 12 Joviality, Lay Time, 14 Dysphonia, I Love Me, 16 Barefoot Lady, Beatrice Aurore, Captivator, 20 bar.
The Godolphin team doubled up for the day in the Charnwood Forest Fillies' Conditions Stakes, Dysphonia proving a different class to her rivals.
Dysphonia was also a noteweorthy third in the Group One Myer Classic at Flemington, Australia, on her last start in October.
Member Carol Garforth waited three years for her diagnosis of spasmodic dysphonia, a form of dystonia, which causes spasms of the larynx making speech very difficult and painful.
Fiona Miller could not talk after the attack triggered the rare condition functional dysphonia.
The most frequently cited medications that may cause dysphonia include corticosteroids, androgens, progesterone, diuretics, and tricyclic antidepressants.