dysphonia plicae ventricularis

dys·pho·ni·a pli·'cae ven·tric·u·la'·ris

phonation with the ventricular bands rather than with the vocal folds.
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Chapter Three, "Organic Disorders," contains information about laryngitis, vocal nodules, fold polyps and cysts, oedema, reinke's oedema, contact ulcer, granuloma, dysphonia plicae ventricularis, hyperkeratosis, vocal fold paralysis, post-radiotherapy, laryngeal papilloma, scarring of the vocal folds, spasmodic adductor dysphonia, laryngeal web, sub-mucous hemorrhages, sulcus vocalis and bowing of the vocal folds.