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61. Study of Air Stream in Voice Production

joint fixation or neoplasm. Any person with a functional voice disorder such as whispering aphonia or complete aphonia, or muscular tension dysphonia. Any person who report periods of symptom remission or are atypical of spasmodic dysphonia. Any person with oropharyngeal abnormalities such as velopharyngeal insufficiency, or neuromuscular disorders. Smokers and tobacco users. Any person who are currently under treatment for a major depression or manic-depressive illness, schizophrenia or a bipolar (...) Volunteers: Yes Criteria INCLUSION CRITERIA: Criteria for inclusion of patients with ABSD: General Criteria: Symptoms present during speech and not apparent at rest. Symptoms less evident during whisper, singing or falsetto. Symptoms which become worse with prolonged speaking, practice or anxiety. Reflexive and emotional aspects of voice function are unaffected, such as coughing, laughter or crying. No surgical treatment for ABSD or injections with botulinum toxin in the last 9 months. Willing to undergo

2001 Clinical Trials

62. Sensory Function in Idiopathic Voice Disorders

Sensory Function in Idiopathic Voice Disorders Sensory Function in Idiopathic Voice Disorders - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Sensory Function in Idiopathic Voice Disorders The safety (...) disorders and will determine if abnormalities in sensory feedback modulation are involved in idiopathic voice disorders. Such findings will lead to improved understanding of the pathophysiology and differential diagnosis of idiopathic voice disorders and may ultimately improve treatment approaches to these disorders. Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Observational Enrollment : 370 participants Official Title: Sensory Function in Idiopathic Voice Disorders Study Start

1999 Clinical Trials

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