palatography

palatography

(păl″ă-tŏg′ră-fē) [″ + Gr. graphein, to write]
1. Recording of the movements of the palate in speech.
2. Radiographical examination of the soft palate after injection of a contrast medium.
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In this work, the articulation of consonants m, n, n, n, l, l', and r in three distinctive quantities (Q1, Q2, Q3) was studied using static roentgenography, lateral cinefluorography, traditional and direct palatography and filming of lip articulations synchronized with sound spectrography and oscillography.
This edition has chapters on vowels and palatography, has been updated to match current terminology, replaces the Americanist transcription systems with the symbols approved by the International Phonetic Association, and has been adjusted for better pedagogical use.