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Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 1997;8(2): 178-184.
성대 결절 환자를 대상으로 한 음성치료의 효과
표화영, 김명상, 최홍식
연세대학교 이비인후과학교실, 음성언어의학연구소
The Efficiency of Voice Therapy for the Patients with Vocal Nodules
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ABSTRACT
Vocal nodule due to vocal hyperfunction is one of the representative chronic diseases of vocal folds, and it can be cured by surgical movement, and/or voice therapy. The present study is, focusing on the latter, to compare the acoustic and aerodynamic results of the pretreatment with those of posttreatment, and then to investigate the objective date on the efficiency of the voice therapy for the patients with vocal nodules. 11 females(age : 7-49) and 5 males(age : 8-40), total 16 patients wi vocal nodules treated by voice therapy were participated as subjects. Six measurements and comparisons of pretreatment and posttreatment of the results were performed : litter, shimmer, and noise-to-harmonic ratio as acoustic analyses ; maximum phonation time, mean flow rate, and the subtraction of mean flow rate from maximum flow rate as aerodynamic analyses. As a result, 14 of 16 subjects showed improvement at more than 4 of 6 measurements, and in group data, every measurements of posttreatment was improved significantly than the pretreatment. On the whole, the improvement of aerodynamic aspects was more statistically significant than that of acoustic ones.
KEY WORDS: Voice therapy;Vocal Nodules;Dysphonia;Acoustics;Aerodynamics;
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