Cooper-Rand artificial larynx

Cooper-RAND artificial larynx

(kū'pĕr rand),
an electronic device for vocal rehabilitation after laryngectomy that produces an intraoral sound that can be articulated into speech with the pharynx, palate, tongue, lips, and teeth.
[Or. Herbert Cooper + RAND Corporation]

Coop·er-Rand art·i·fi·cial lar·ynx

(kū'pĕr-rand ahr'ti-fish'ăl lar'ingks)
An electronic device for vocal rehabilitation after laryngectomy that produces an intraoral sound articulated into speech with the pharynx, palate, tongue, lips, and teeth.