needs to be modular or have the capacity to be used for swallowing diagnostics flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallow (fees) and stroboscopy
in the future.
will show stiff vocal folds, a reduced mucosal wave, poor vibratory function of the vocal fold, and glottic insufficiency.
After the implant, the patient's voice improved, and at her 1-year follow-up, she still had a good voice and a good appearance on stroboscopy
In particular, it is easy to carry out stroboscopy
so that the strobe signals are giving at instants of t phase time corresponding to fixed [theta] phases (with a period [theta] = 0, which is equivalent to [theta] = 2[pi]).
was thought to detect early laryngeal cancer.
The evaluation of benign glottic lesions: rigid telescopic stroboscopy
versus suspension microlaryngoscopy.
It has been updated to include information on stroboscopic findings, more on geriatrics, and more on the larynx and its function through the use of stroboscopy
With this text he offers his expertise, beginning with the basics of vocal fold anatomy and histology, function, and physiology, and covering the clinical examination and the stroboscopy
videofluoroscopy, EMG, nasendoscopy, stroboscopy
, computer technology) to observe, collect data, and measure parameters of communication and swallowing, or other upper aerodigestive functions in accordance with the principles of evidence-based practice.
Services include vocal and singing coaching, speech therapy and video stroboscopy
, a small video camera and strobe light that illuminate the workings of the vocal chords, thus helping to pinpoint exact vocal difficulties.
It was not until the 1980s, with the development of a pulsed xenon light source and low light camera, that stroboscopy
became a much more practicable technique to use in the office.