Clinical Voice Pathology Theory and Management

ISBN-10: 0769300057
ISBN-13: 9780769300054
Edition: 3rd 2000 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $141.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 2/29/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.694

The time-honored guide for graduate students anticipating or entering clinical practicum has been upgraded in this 3rd edition update. Students are given the tools to enter their practice with a thorough grounding in science and a history of diagnosis and treatment. The text covers anatomy and physiology, etiological correlates and laryngeal mechanism pathologies. Voice disorder treatment evolution traces voice disorder analysis and treatment from earliest known processes through today's advancements. Material is presented in the logical learning sequence, with knowledge bases building upon one another to impart a thorough understanding of all aspects of voice pathology. TEXTBOOK

Preface
Acknowledgments
Voice: A Historical Perspective
Ancient History
The Renaissance
The 17th to 19th Centuries
The Laryngeal Mirror
Further Advancements
Voice Therapy
Clinical Voice Pathology
References
Anatomy and Physiology
The Laryngeal Valve
Respiration for Phonation
Vocal Tract Resonance
Structural Support for the Larynx
Muscles
Vocal Fold Microstructure
Developmental Changes
Neurologic Supply
Blood Supply and Secretions
Physiology of Phonation
Summary
References
Some Etiologic Correlates
Etiologies of Vocal Misuse
Medically Related Etiologies
Primary Disorder Etiologies
Personality Related Etiologies
Summary
References
Pathologies of the Laryngeal Mechanism
Incidence of Voice Disorders
Pathology Classifications
Structural Changes of the Vocal Fold
Neurogenic Voice Disorders
Systemic Disease Influences on the Larynx and Voice
Disorders of Voice Use
Idiopathic Voice Disorders
Summary
References
The Diagnostic Voice Evaluation
The Players
Patient Profile
Referral Sources
Medical Examination
Voice Pathology Evaluation
Diagnostic Voice Evaluation
Additional Considerations
Patient Self-analysis of Voice Disorders
Summary
Sample Report
Rainbow Passage
Vocal Component Checklist
Voice Handicap Index (VHI), Henry Ford Hospital
References
Instrumental Measurement of Voice
Clinical Utility
Basics of Technical Instruments
Electrical Error and Safety
Hygienic Safety
Digital Signal Processing
Acoustic Measurements
Aerodynamic Measurements
Inverse Filter
Laryngeal Imaging
Electroglottography (EEG)
Electromyography (EMG)
Normative Information
The Clinical Voice Laboratory
Summary
Glossary
The Roles of Otolaryngologists and Speech-Language Pathologists in the Performance and Interpretation of Strobovideolaryngoscopy
ASHA Preferred Practice Patterns for Voice: Assessment
ASHA Preferred Practice Patterns for Voice: Treatment
Phonatory Function Test (Acoustic and Aerodynamic Analysis)
Stroboscopic Evaluation
References
Survey of Voice Management
Voice Therapy Orientations
Hygienic Voice Therapy
Symptomatic Voice Therapy
Psychogenic Voice Therapy
Physiologic Voice Therapy
Resonant Voice Therapy (RTV)
Team Management of Specific Laryngeal Pathologies
Successful Voice Therapy
Phrases and Sentences Graduated in Length
References
The Professional Voice
The Professional Voice User
Professional Roles
Clinical Pathways
Common Etiologic Factors
Common Pathologies
Supportive Training and Techniques
Summary
Glossary
References
Rehabilitation of the Laryngectomized Patient
Incidence of Laryngeal Cancer
Etiology
Symptoms of Laryngeal Cancer
Medical Evaluation
Staging and TNM Classification
Treatment Options for Laryngeal Cancer
Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Team
Special Concerns of the Laryngectomized Patient
Speech Rehabilitation Alternatives
Summary
References
Index

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