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phonation

 [fo-na´shun]
the utterance of vocal sounds.

pho·na·tion

(fō-nā'shŭn),
The production of sounds by vibration of the vocal folds.
[G. phōnē, voice]

pho·na·tion

(fō-nā'shŭn)
The utterance of sounds by means of vocal folds.
[G. phōnē, voice]

pho·na·tion

(fō-nā'shŭn)
The utterance of sounds by means of vocal folds.
[G. phōnē, voice]
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The results of our study revealed that maximum phonation time after radiotherapy treatment is longer than those of ECRM and transoral laser cordectomy.
The patients presented maximum phonation times shorter compared to the control group (average 6.6 shorter).
Caption: FIGURE 6: Postoperative endoscopic findings in phonation.
If the probability of [x.sub.P] being generated by the normative distribution [[GAMMA].sub.N] is larger than the probability of [x.sub.A] being generated by the same distribution, it seems that the posttreatment evaluation fulfils better H0 than the pretreatment evaluation; thus, an improvement in phonation has likely occurred which could be attributed to treatment success.
The recorded sustained phonation data were opened on the Motor Speech Profile Platform.
Abbreviations MPT --maximum phonation time MPTa --MPT of sound a MPTs --MPT of voiceless sound s MPTz --MPT of voiced sound z GIRBAS scale --G--grade, I--instability, R--roughness, B--breathiness, A -asthenia, S --strain FO --fundamental laryngeal tone BRLNP --bilateral recurrent laryngeal nerve paralisis https://doi.org/10.2298/MPNS1706146B
Voice assessment in the study (dysphonic) group also involved measurement of maximum phonation time (MPT).
Fundamental frequency, phonation maximum time and vocal complaints in morbidly obese women.
Similarly, shimmer is a perturbation measure which measures change in intensity during sustained phonation; shimmer levels are more commonly deranged in voice disorders than jitter.
'Pulmonic ingressive phonation: Diachronic and synchronic characteristics, distribution and function in animal and human sound production and in human speech'.
The years of chronicity of the disorder is the clinical variable most strongly associated with prosodic variables in the schizophrenia patients group; the greater the number of years elapsed since diagnosis of the disorder, the smaller the intrasyllabic (r = -.377; p = .028), and phonation (r = -.422; p = .013) trajectories were.
The shape and size of the implant were appropriately trimmed based on the biofeedback of voice perception, maximal phonation time (MPT) or the glottic closure in the laryngo-videoscopy.