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Anatomy and Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing

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3rd
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9781401825812

ISBN10:
1401825818
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Pub. Date:
2/17/2005
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Summary

Revised and updated with a vibrant new two-color interior design, this third edition of the best-selling Anatomy and Physiology of Speech, Language, and Hearing continues to make anatomy and physiology accessible to the reader. While organized around the classical framework of speech, language, and hearing systems, anatomy and physiology components are treated separately to facilitate learning. Clinical information is integrated with everyday experiences to underscore the relevance of anatomy and physiology to communication sciences. Accompanied by the new Anatesse CD-ROM, which offers interactive learning materials, self-study tests, diagrams, animations, and more, this book provides the user with everything needed to master the content. This exciting new edition is a must-have comprehensive book on the science critical to understanding speech, language, swallowing, and hearing systems.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition xiii
Preface to the Second Edition xvii
Preface to the First Edition xix
Acknowledgments xxi
Chapter 1 Overview of the Text 1(4)
Anatesse Software Labs
2(1)
How To Use This Instructional Package
3(2)
Chapter 2 Basic Elements of Anatomy 5(30)
Anatomy and Physiology
6(2)
Terminology of Anatomy
8(5)
Parts of the Body
8(1)
Terms of Orientation
8(5)
Building Blocks of Anatomy: Organs, Tissues, and Systems
13(15)
Organs
13(2)
Tissues
15(10)
Body Systems
25(3)
Chapter Summary
28(1)
Study Questions
29(3)
Study Question Answers
32(1)
References
33(2)
Chapter 3 Anatomy of Respiration 35(90)
The Support Structure of Respiration.
38(37)
Overview
38(2)
Vertebral Column
40(11)
Pelvic and Pectoral Girdles
51(4)
Ribs and Rib Cage
55(6)
Soft Tissue of the Thorax and Respiratory Passageway
61(14)
Movement of Air Through the System
75(4)
Muscles of Inspiration
79(22)
Primary Inspiratory Muscle of Thorax
80(6)
Accessory Muscles of Inspiration
86(15)
Muscles of Forced Expiration
101(13)
Muscles of Thorax: Anterior/Lateral Thoracic Muscles
103(5)
Abdominal Muscles of Expiration
108(6)
Chapter Summary
114(1)
Study Questions
114(6)
Study Question Answers
120(1)
References
121(4)
Chapter 4 Physiology of Respiration 125(36)
The Measurement of Respiration
128(2)
Respiration for Life
130(4)
Effects of Turbulence on Respiration
130(1)
Respiratory Cycle
131(1)
Developmental Processes in Respiration
132(2)
Volumes and Capacities
134(7)
Volumes
136(2)
Capacities
138(1)
Effect of Age on Volume
139(2)
Pressures of the Respiratory System
141(9)
Pressures Generated by the Tissue
146(4)
Effects of Posture on Speech
150(2)
Pressures of Speech
152(3)
Chapter Summary
155(1)
Study Questions
156(1)
Study Question Answers
157(1)
References
157(4)
Chapter 5 Anatomy of Phonation 161(60)
A Tour of the Phonatory Mechanism
162(21)
Framework of the Larynx
162(7)
Cavities of the Larynx
169(4)
Structure of the larynx
173(10)
Laryngeal Musculature
183(25)
Intrinsic Laryngeal Muscles
184(13)
Extrinsic Laryngeal Muscles
197(10)
Interaction of Musculature
207(1)
Chapter Summary
208(2)
Study Questions
210(7)
Study Question Answers
217(1)
References
218(3)
Chapter 6 Physiology of Phonation 221(42)
Nonspeech Laryngeal Function
221(3)
Laryngeal Function for Speech
224(25)
The Bernoulli Effect
224(5)
Attack
229(1)
Termination
230(2)
Sustained Phonation
232(1)
Vocal Register
232(8)
Frequency, Pitch, and Pitch Charge
240(5)
Intensity and Intensity Change
245(4)
Clinical Considerations
249(1)
Linguistic Aspects of Pitch and Intensity
250(2)
Theories of Phonation
252(2)
Chapter Summary
254(1)
End, Note: Mechanics of Vibration
255(3)
Study Questions
258(1)
Study Question Answers
259(1)
References
259(4)
Chapter 7 Anatomy of Articulation and Resonation 263(106)
Source-Filter Theory of Vowel Production
264(3)
The Articulators
267(9)
Bones of the Face and Cranial Skeleton
276(24)
Bones of the Face
276(15)
Bones of the Cranial Skeleton
291(9)
Dentition
300(15)
Dental Development
307(3)
Dental Occlusion
310(5)
Cavities of the Vocal Tract
315(5)
Muscles of the Face and Mouth
320(33)
Muscles of the Face
320(8)
Muscles of the Mouth
328(25)
Chapter Summary
353(3)
Study Questions
356(8)
Study Question Answers
364(3)
References
367(2)
Chapter 8 Physiology of Articulation and Resonation 369(22)
Introduction
369(1)
Speech Function
369(16)
Lips
370(1)
Mandibie
371(1)
Tongue
372(4)
Velum
376(1)
Development of Articulatory Ability
377(3)
Coordinated Articulation
380(5)
Chapter Summary
385(1)
Study Questions
386(1)
Study Question Answers
387(1)
References
387(4)
Chapter 9 Physiology of Mastication and Deglutition 391(44)
Biological Function
391(5)
Introduction to Mastication and Deglutition
391(1)
Anatomical and Physiological Developmental Issues
392(4)
Organizational Patterns of Mastication and Deglutition
396(9)
Oral Preparatory Stage (Mastication)
396(2)
Oral Stage
398(2)
Pharyngeal Stage
400(4)
Esophageal Phase
404(1)
Pressures of Deglutition
404(1)
Neurophysiological Underpinnings of Mastication and Deglutition
405(13)
Sensation Associated with Mastication and Deglutition
406(10)
Salivation Response
416(2)
Reflexive Circuits of Mastication and Deglutition
418(5)
Chewing Reflex
420(1)
Rooting and Sucking Reflexes
420(1)
Uvular (Palatal) Reflex
420(1)
Gag (Pharyngeal) Reflex
420(1)
Retch and Vomit Reflex
421(1)
Cough Reflex
421(1)
Tongue Base Retraction and Elevation
422(1)
Pain Reflex
422(1)
Respiration Reflexes
422(1)
Reexamination of the Patterns for Mastication and Deglutition
423(1)
Chapter Summary
424(2)
Study Questions
426(3)
Study Question Answers
429(2)
References
431(4)
Chapter 10 Anatomy of Hearing 435(30)
The Structures of Hearing
435(1)
Outer Ear
436(5)
Middle Ear
441(8)
Ossicles
441(4)
Tympanic Muscles
445(2)
Landmarks of the Middle Ear
447(2)
Inner Ear
449(9)
Osseous Vestibule
449(2)
Osseous Semicircular Canals
451(1)
Osseous Cochlear Labyrinth
452(1)
Membranous Labyrinth
453(5)
Chapter Summary
458(2)
Study Questions
460(1)
Study Question Answers
461(1)
References
462(3)
Chapter 11 Auditory Physiology 465(30)
Outer Ear
466(1)
Middle Ear Function
467(1)
Inner Ear Function
468(20)
Vestibular Mechanism
468(1)
Auditory Mechanism: Mechanical Events
469(5)
Electrical Events
474(1)
Resting Potentials
474(2)
Neural Responses
476(7)
Auditory Pathway Responses
483(5)
Chapter Summary
488(2)
Study Questions
490(1)
Study Question Answers
491(1)
References
492(3)
Chapter 12 Neuroanatomy 495(126)
Overview
495(5)
Divisions of the Nervous System
500(4)
Central Nervous System/Peripheral Nervous System
500(1)
Autonomic/Somatic Nervous Systems
501(2)
Development Divisions
503(1)
Anatomy of the CNS and PNS
504(104)
Neurons
505(9)
Anatomy of the Cerebrum
514(39)
Anatomy of the Brainstem
553(13)
Cranial Nerves
566(1)
Specific Cranial Nerves
567(21)
Anatomy of the Spinal Cord
588(20)
Chapter Summary
608(3)
Study Questions
611(6)
Study Question Answers
617(1)
References
618(3)
Chapter 13 Neurophysiology 621(50)
The Neuron
622(21)
Neuron Function
622(10)
Muscle Function
632(4)
Muscle Spindle Function
636(5)
Golgi Tendon Organs
641(1)
Other Sensation and Sensors
642(1)
Higher Functioning
643(19)
Motor System Lesions
646(4)
Afferent Inputs
650(1)
Association Regions
650(2)
Hemispheric Specialization
652(1)
Lesion Studies
653(7)
Motor Control for Speech
660(2)
Chapter Summary
662(2)
Study Questions
664(2)
Study Question Answers
666(1)
References
667(4)
Appendix A Anatomical Terms 671(2)
Appendix B Useful Combining Forms 673(4)
Appendix C Muscles of Respiration 677(8)
Thoracic Muscles of Inspiration
677(4)
Abdominal Muscles of Expiration
681(2)
Muscles of Upper Limb
683(2)
Appendix D Muscles of Phonation 685(6)
Intrinsic Laryngeal Muscles
685(2)
Extrinsic Laryngeal, Infrahyoid, and Suprahyoid Muscles
687(4)
Appendix E Muscles of Face, Soft Palate, and Pharynx 691(8)
Facial Muscles
691(5)
Muscles of the Velum
696(1)
Muscles of Pharynx
697(2)
Appendix F Sensors 699(2)
General Classes
699(1)
Specific Types
699(1)
Classes of Sensation
700(1)
Appendix G Cranial Nerves 701(4)
Classes of Cranial Nerves
701(1)
Cranial Nerves, Sources, and Functions
701(4)
Appendix H Pathologies That Affect Speech Production 705(8)
Glossary 713(26)
Index 739


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