5 edition of Videostroboscopic examination of the larynx found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-239) and index.
|Statement||Minoru Hirano, Diane M. Bless.|
|Contributions||Bless, Diane M., 1942-|
|LC Classifications||RF514.5 .H57 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||93009421|
About this Document. This knowledge and skills document is an official statement of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). This knowledge and skills document was prepared by the ASHA-Special Interest Division 3: Working Group on Voice and Voice Disorders. The larynx of patients who received the active antigen was challenged directly with a low () and a high () concentration of the dust mite allergen via an oral nebulizer. Voice laboratory assessment tools included voice and allergy questionnaires, videostroboscopic examination of the larynx, acoustic and speech aerodynamic analyses, and.
1. Author(s): Hirano,Minoru,; Bless,Diane M, Title(s): Videostroboscopic examination of the larynx/ Minoru Hirano, Diane M. Bless. Country of Publication. The larynx is a complex and delicate structure consisting of a cartilage backbone and fine muscular structures. Together they act to serve the three Cited by: 1.
Videostroboscopic examination results showed significant relationships between smoking and abnormal vocal fold edge, abnormal texture, edema, erythema, abnormal mucosal cover, abnormal phase. After undergoing a videostroboscopic examination to look at his larynx, Mr. Johnson learned that he had age-related changes to the vocal folds. The otolaryngologist recommended that Mr. Johnson receive voice therapy from a speech-language pathologist to address his : Aaron ZieglerMA, Abd, Ccc-Slp, Ccc-Slp Edie HapnerPhD.
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Videostroboscopic Examination of the Larynx 1st Edition by Minoru Hirano (Author) › Visit Amazon's Minoru Hirano Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hirano, Minoru, Videostroboscopic examination of the larynx.
San Diego, Calif.: Singular Pub. Group, © Videostroboscopic examination of the vocal folds of an adult male. A strobe is used to visualize the mucosal waves across the vocal folds. The strobe is synchronized to the frequency of the voice.
The mucosal waves are too fast for the human eye to appreciate. Therefore, the strobe slows this process by visualizing the mucosal wave across. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Written in a straightforward style reflecting the author's teaching and clinical experience in the field, this book provides a clear and logical view of vocal fold vibration, intended to enable clinicians to make make meaningful interpretations of vibratory characteristics.
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Videostroboscopic Examination of the Larynx by Minoru Hirano, Diane M. Bless and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at CONTENTSIntroduction and Historical Review.
Vocal Fold Vibration. Instrumentation and Operation. Clinical Procedures for Observation and Administration, Judgment and Interpretation of Vibratory Pattern.
Typical Vibratory Patterns in Vocal Pathologies and Their Clinical Implications. Relating Stroboscopy to Other Clinical Data. Appendix: Instructions for Making a Zoetrope. Pioneers of modern strobolaryngoscopy include Dr.
J.W. van den Berg at the University of Groningen, Dr. Rolf Timke at the University of Hamburg, Dr. Hans von Leden at the University of California, and Dr. Elimar Schonharl in Erlanger, who wrote the first definitive book on stroboscopic examination of the larynx in Journal of Voice Vol.
5, No. 1, pp. Raven Press, Ltd., New York The Use of Topical Anesthetic in Videostroboscopic Examination of the Larynx Robert C. Peppard and Diane M. Bless Departments of Surgery and Communicative Disorders and Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Summary: The use of topical anesthetic spray in the Cited by: Videostroboscopy is state-of-the-art technology which facilitates the identification of various vocal cord conditions and abnormalities. It provides a magnified view of the larynx, and simulates slow-motion vibration of the vocal cords.
This procedure is the The examination is digitally recorded, allowing the patient to view the videoFile Size: 30KB. Hirano M, Bless DM () Videostroboscopic examination of the larynx. Singular, San Diego Google Scholar. Patients receive a comprehensive evaluation of vocal function including analysis of speech and voice quality and videostroboscopic examination of the larynx.
Laryngeal Videostroboscopy is a routine, non-painful component of this evaluation and allows the physician to assess the laryngeal anatomy, pliability of the vocal folds, and motion of the.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Videostroboscopic examination of the larynx, Clinical examination of voice, Neurolaryngology, Histological color atlas of the human larynx.
In book: Flexible Bronchoscopy, Edition: Third, Chapter: Examination of the Larynx Through the Flexible Bronchoscope, Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp.
Histology is the study of the minute structure, composition, and function of tissues. Mature human vocal cords are composed of layered structures which are quite different at the histological level. Laryngoscopy is the key to detecting of most throat disorders.
Benign conditions, such as cysts and polyps, are detected through laryngoscopy. Similarly, leukoplakia and cancers are noted during laryngoscopy as well.
Stroboscopy. Stroboscopy is an examination of the vocal folds during phonation, or the production of sound. Videostroboscopy: This is a test that can visualize your larynx using a camera called an are two types of endoscopes: flexible endoscope and rigid endoscope.
A flexible endoscope is a small skinny camera that looks up through your nose and hangs over the back of your throat to view your larynx/5(29). This comprehensive book has become an internationally recognized standard reference on measurement of physiological and acoustical aspects of speech and voice.
It is specifically written for those without a technical background and includes a wide assortment of observational and measurement techniques. It offers explanations of their theoretical and technical foundations. A thorough and detailed laryngeal examination is the heart of every evaluation when a patient complains of a voice related problem, such as hoarseness, vocal fatigue, change in voice quality, and so forth (see the article by Simpson elsewhere in this issue).
Videostroboscopic examination of the larynx, Singular Publishing Group, San Diego Cited by: The Value of Stroboscopic Examination in the Diagnosis of Hoarseness Ahmed M. Rasheed 2- Wier, N. Anatomy of the larynx and voice disorders.
Otolaryngology Head and Necktracheobronchial tree. Scott- Browns Surgery, ; vol.l07,ppOtolaryngology 6th edition, Basic sciences. pp.l\12\. The Clinic performs in all patients a comprehensive evaluation of vocal function including videostroboscopic examination of the larynx, and analysis of speech and voice quality.
Videostroboscopy is designed to assess the motion and pliability of .Through videostroboscopic examination, it is observed that a patient has sufficient glottal closure during phonation. But the patient is having difficulty abductionthe vocal folds again after phonation.
Which intrinsic laryngeal muscle is affected?10 Introduction to Videostroboscopy Katherine A. kendall Just like the beating of hummingbird wings, human vocal folds vibrate at a rate that is faster than can be perceived by the human eye. The evaluation of vocal fold anatomy, mucosal color, and gross movement can be performed while illuminating the vocal folds with a constant light.