puberphonia


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puberphonia

(pū-bĕr-fō'nē-ă),
Continued use of a high-pitched voice by a male after puberty.
[puberty + G. phonē, voice, + ia]

mu·ta·tion·al fal·set·to

(myū-tā'shŭn-ăl fawl-set'ō)
Habitual use of an abnormally high-pitched voice that persists after puberty.
Synonym(s): puberphonia.

puberphonia

(pū″bĕr-fō′nē-ă) [ puber + phono- + -ia]
Persistence of a high-pitched, childlike voice in adolescents or young adults who have already achieved puberty.
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Chapter Two, "Non-Organic Disorders," begins with an introduction followed by information about muscle tension, disorders, professional voice users, occupational voice disorders, gender dysphoria, puberphonia and psychogenic disorders.