Indicadores fonorrespiratorios de normalidad y patología en la clínica vocal

Translated title of the contribution: Phonorespiratory indicators in the clinical normality and pathology of voice

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Dysphonia is a disorder of the voice qualities. These qualities can be measured and these values may provide relevant information for clinical professionals of voice. This research aims to identify the most valid measures in the study of pathological voice and set cut-off values to identify the population hoarse. We have studied the voice of 141 people with vocal disorders and compared with a control group of 99 subjects. The results show significant differences in several parameters and values can shape cut-off in the maximum frequency (537 Hz - C4 in men and 667 Hz - Mi4 in women) and in the Dysphonia Severity Index (3.70). The diversity and variability observed of the data call to the clinician to integrate the data the objective measures with their qualitative perceptions, subjective assessments of the patient and the information obtained by the laryngeal images.

Translated title of the contributionPhonorespiratory indicators in the clinical normality and pathology of voice
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)35-55
Number of pages21
JournalRevista de Investigacion en Logopedia
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2011


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