Department of aPsychiatry, and bLogopedics and Phoniatrics, University Hospital ,. Innsbruck, Austria. Abstract. Aphonia is the extreme form of a functional voice. Aphonia is defined as the inability to produce voiced sound. A primary cause of aphonia is bilateral disruption of the recurrent laryngeal nerve, which supplies. Otolaryngol Pol. ;60(2) [Management and therapy in functional aphonia: analysis of cases]. [Article in Polish]. Maniecka-Aleksandrowicz B(1 ).
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Injuries are often the cause of aphonia  [ citation needed ]. Management consisted of auditory perceptual assessment, acoustic analysis, laryngeal examination, and voice handicap index measurement.
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Laryngeal examination will usually show bowed vocal folds that fail to adduct to the midline during phonation. Laryngeal Exam Management Extra: Retrieved from ” https: No fixation even after a lengthy period of aphonia. J Commun Disord ; In clinical experience, I have found that many factors can contribute to functional aphonia, not all clients are “malingerers” and it takes skill, patience and experience to separate these malingerers from those truly in need of voice therapy.
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Started inthis collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters. Otolaryngology – Laryngeal Qphonia Pages. Complete loss of phonation due to organic disease of the larynx or to nonorganic i. Wolski J, Wiley J. J Voice funcrional Figure 1 a Phonatory gap during phonation in aphonia; b closed gap after management; c phonatory gap during phonation in the case with an exceptionally longstanding functional aphonia; d minimal gap after management in the case with exceptionally longstanding functional aphonia Click here to view.