Dysphonia

Peter Kitzing, Leif Åkerlund, Petersson Göran

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Abstract

Dysphonia is a program about impaired voice quality or hoarseness (i.e. dysphonia) mainly due to organic diseases of the larynx. The program aims to facilitate student oriented learning regarding the management of dysphonic patients.

The targeted use is for training of undergraduate medical and speech pathology students, postgraduate residents under continuous medical education in the Ear,Nose, and Throat (ent) discipline, and also others interested in ailments of the larynx or voice.

The design of the program is such that no more than a basic knowledge of medicine in general, about anatomy and physiology of the larynx and about function of the voice is required. The program aims to facilitate learning of the management of in the first hand organic voice disorders.

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Original languageEnglish
PublisherCertec, Lund University
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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  • Clinical Medicine

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