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Voice and Voice Therapy (with Free DVD)

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Edition:
8th
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9780205414079

ISBN10:
0205414079
Format:
Hardcover w/Disk
Pub. Date:
1/1/2010
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

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Table of Contents

Contents to the DVD xiii
Preface xv
The Voice and Voice Therapy
1(11)
The Biological Function of the Larynx
2(1)
The Emotional Function of the Larynx
3(1)
The Linguistic Function of the Voice
4(1)
Voice Disorders in the Normal Population
5(1)
Kinds of Voice Disorders
6(3)
Organic Voice Disorders
7(1)
Neurogenic Voice Disorders
7(1)
Functional Voice Disorders
7(2)
Management and Therapy for Voice Disorders
9(2)
Summary
11(1)
Thought Questions
11(1)
The Normal Voice
12(39)
Normal Aspects of Voice
12(1)
Normal Processes of Voice Production
13(31)
Respiration
13(9)
Phonation
22(9)
Phonation Function and Mucosal Wave
31(5)
Pitch Mechanism
36(8)
Resonance
44(5)
Structures of Resonance
44(1)
Mechanism of Resonance
45(4)
Summary
49(1)
Thought Questions
50(1)
Voice Disorders
51(42)
Functional versus Organic Dilemma
53(3)
Voice Disorders Related to Faulty Usage: Functional Etiology
56(20)
Falsetto
56(1)
Functional Aphonia
57(2)
Functional Dysphonia
59(3)
Muscle Tension Dysphonia
62(1)
Diplophonia
62(1)
Thickening (Vocal Fold)
63(2)
Reinke's Edema
65(1)
Vocal Polyps
66(2)
Vocal Nodules
68(3)
Traumatic Laryngitis
71(1)
Ventricular Dysphonia
72(2)
Phonation Breaks
74(1)
Pitch Breaks
74(2)
Voice Disorders Related to Organic Changes of Vocal Mechanisms: Organic Etiology
76(16)
Sulcus Vocalis
76(1)
Contact Ulcers
77(2)
Cancer
79(1)
Congenital Abnormalities
80(1)
Leukoplakia
81(1)
Endocrine Changes
82(1)
Granuloma
83(1)
Hemangioma
84(1)
Hyperkeratosis
84(1)
Infectious Laryngitis
85(1)
Laryngectomy
85(1)
Papilloma
86(2)
Pubertal Changes
88(1)
Reflux
89(1)
Webbing
90(2)
Summary
92(1)
Thought Questions
92(1)
Neurogenic Voice Disorders
93(36)
A Working View of the Nervous System
94(9)
The Central Nervous System (CNS), the Cortex, and Its Projections
94(1)
Pyramidal and Extrapyramidal Tracts
95(4)
The Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
99(4)
Flaccid Dysarthria
103(7)
Vocal Fold Paralysis
103(5)
Myasthenia Gravis
108(1)
Guillain-Barre
109(1)
Unilateral Upper Motor Neuron Dysarthria
110(1)
Spastic Dysarthria
110(1)
Hypokinetic Dysarthria
111(3)
Parkinson's Disease
111(3)
Hyperkinetic Dysarthria
114(10)
Spasmodic Dysphonia
114(7)
Essential Tremor
121(1)
Differences Between Spasmodic Dysphonia, Essential Tremor, and Vocal Hyperfunction
122(1)
Huntington's Disease
123(1)
Ataxic Dysarthria
124(1)
Mixed Dysarthria
124(4)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
124(2)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
126(1)
Traumatic Brain Injury
127(1)
Summary
128(1)
Thought Questions
128(1)
Voice Evaluation
129(50)
Voice Screening
130(3)
The Voice Evaluation and Medical Information
133(5)
The Voice Evaluation
138(40)
Case History
139(7)
Observation of the Patient
146(1)
Assessment
147(27)
Two Case Studies Comparing Noninstrumental and Instrumental Assessment Approaches
174(4)
Summary
178(1)
Thought Questions
178(1)
Voice Therapy
179(66)
Voice Management and Therapy for Children
180(3)
Voice Therapy for Adolescents and Adults
183(1)
Voice Therapy Facilitating Techniques
183(61)
Auditory Feedback
184(4)
Change of Loudness
188(3)
Chant Talk
191(1)
Chewing
192(2)
Confidential Voice
194(3)
Counseling (Explanation of Problem)
197(2)
Digital Manipulation
199(2)
Elimination of Abuses
201(3)
Establishing a New Pitch
204(2)
Focus
206(4)
Glottal Fry
210(2)
Head Positioning
212(2)
Hierarchy Analysis
214(2)
Inhalation Phonation
216(3)
Laryngeal Massage
219(2)
Masking
221(2)
Nasal/Glide Stimulation
223(1)
Open-Mouth Approach
224(3)
Pitch Inflections
227(1)
Redirected Phonation
228(3)
Relaxation
231(3)
Respiration Training
234(4)
Tongue Protrusion /i/
238(1)
Visual Feedback
239(3)
Yawn-Sigh
242(2)
Summary
244(1)
Thought Questions
244(1)
Management and Therapy for Special Problems
245(22)
Management-Voice Therapy for Particular Populations
246(8)
The Aging Voice
246(1)
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
247(3)
Professional Voice Users
250(2)
Transgender (Transsexual)
252(2)
Management--Voice Therapy for Faulty Voice Usage
254(3)
Diplophonia
254(1)
Pitch Breaks
254(1)
Puberphonia
255(1)
Ventricular Phonation
256(1)
Management-Voice Therapy for Respiratory-Based Voice Problems
257(5)
Airway Obstructions
257(2)
Asthma
259(1)
Emphysema
260(1)
Faulty Breath Control
261(1)
Tracheostomy
262(1)
Management-Voice Therapy for Vocal Fold Lesions
262(4)
Cysts
262(1)
Granuloma
263(1)
Reflux
264(1)
Sulcus Vocalis
265(1)
Summary
266(1)
Thought Questions
266(1)
Voice Therapy Following Treatment for Laryngeal Cancer
267(18)
Modes of Cancer Treatment
267(4)
Case Examples
268(2)
Facilitating Techniques
270(1)
Vocal Hygiene
271(1)
Laryngectomy
271(12)
Preoperative Counseling
271(1)
Postlaryngectomy Communication Options
272(1)
The Artificial Larynx
273(1)
Traditional Esophageal Speech
274(4)
Tracheoesophageal Puncture Shunt (TEP)
278(5)
Counseling
283(1)
Summary
283(1)
Thought Questions
284(1)
Therapy for Resonance Disorders
285(30)
Nasal Resonance Problems
286(22)
Hypernasality
286(1)
Hyponasality
287(1)
Assimilative Nasality
287(1)
Evaluation of Nasal Resonance Disorders
288(4)
The Oral Examination
292(1)
Laboratory Instrumentation
293(6)
Treatment of Nasal Resonance Disorders
299(9)
Therapy for Oral-Pharyngeal Resonance Problems
308(6)
Summary
314(1)
Thought Questions
314(1)
References 315(19)
Index 334
Case Studies
Differential Diagnosis of a Complex Voice Disorder
Ventricular Dysphonia with Laryngocele
Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
Child Voice Dyad
Functional Aphonia
Functional Dysphonia Associated with Reflux
Open-Mouth Approach
Parkinson's Disease
Spastic Dysarthria
Vocal Nodules
Vocal Overuse
Facilitating Approaches (See Table 6.1 in text)
Auditory feedback
Change of loudness
Chant talk
Chewing
Confidential voice
Counseling
Digital manipulation
Elimination of abuses
Establishing a new pitch
Focus
Glottal fry
Head positioning
Hierarchy analysis
Inhalation phonation
Laryngeal massage
Masking
Nasal/glide stimulation
Open-mouth approach
Pitch inflections
Redirected phonation
Relaxation
Respiration training
Tongue-protrusion /i/
Visual feedback
Yawn-sigh


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