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aphonic

 [a-fon´ik]
1. pertaining to aphonia.
2. without audible sound.

a·phon·ic

(ă-fon'ik),
Relating to aphonia.
Synonym(s): aphonous

a·phon·ic

(ă-fon'ik)
Relating to aphonia.

aphonic

1. pertaining to aphonia.
2. without audible sound.
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The artificial creation of an aphonic and working class character who favours pantomimic gesture over the sign/ speech language to rearticulate their narratives argues for an acknowledgement of the connection between power and modes of expression.
During the more recent URI, he had been aphonic for 1 day.
2,7,9,13-20) One exception was a series reported by Trudeau et al, who found that 27% of secondary TEP patients remained permanently aphonic while 100% of primary TEP patients regained speech.
The voice is usually poor, and some patients are aphonic.