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REVIEW ARTICLE 2022 December 28
Management of Pediatric Laryngotracheal Stenosis
Pediatric laryngotracheal stenosis occurs by either congenital or acquired causes and usually indicates subglottic stenosis. The main goals of treatment are decannulation, preserving phonation, and normal swallowing function. Various types and degrees of stenosis and combined an...
REVIEW ARTICLE 2022 December 28
Current Status and Perspectives of Telepractice in Voice and Speech Therapy
Voice and speech therapy can be performed in various ways depending on the situation, although it is generally performed in a face-to-face manner. Telepractice refers to the provision of specialized voice and speech therapy by speech-language pathologists for assessment, therapy...
REVIEW ARTICLE 2022 December 28
Artificial Intelligence for Clinical Research in Voice Disease
Diagnosis using voice is non-invasive and can be implemented through various voice recording devices; therefore, it can be used as a screening or diagnostic assistant tool for laryngeal voice disease to help clinicians. The development of artificial intelligence algorithms, such...
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