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phonatory

 [fo´nah-tor″e]
subserving or pertaining to phonation.

pho·na·tor·y

(fō'nă-tōr'ē),
Relating to phonation.

pho·na·tor·y

(fō'nă-tōr'ē)
Relating to phonation.

phonatory

subserving or pertaining to phonation.
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The exercises typically target increasing phonatory effort in various speech tasks, and the participants are instructed to practice speech in selected and predetermined communication situations.
on the phonatory system of Tamang must certainly be deplored" (p.
Speaking with strained phonatory patterns can be witnessed in tense, elevated shoulders and in the neck with the jugular vein protruding.
The disease also presents with incoordination of the stomatognathic system, compromising the respiratory, phonatory, resonant and articulatory systems.
The interdependent relationship between the breathing and phonatory mechanisms is fostered by kinesthetic awareness.
Our objective is to report on the prevalence of phonatory symptoms and impact on quality of life in a group of female patients with goiter who had not been selectedfor surgery or who had not presented to the emergency room with respiratory distress.
Presently acoustic analysis of voice is one of the most attractive methods of assessing the phonatory functions providing the quantitative and qualitative data.
This leads to problems at the respiratory, phonatory, articulatory, resonator and / or prosodic level, which may appear individually, or in various combinations, depending on the extent and location of the lesion (Darley, Aronson, & Brown, 1969a, 1969b, 1975).
Vocal folds, commonly known as vocal cords, are the vibrating structures of the phonatory process that stretch across the larynx, and are driven by air expelled from the lungs.
Chapter One, "Physiology of Phonation" by Robert Fawcus, is about the co-ordination between phonatory and articulatory behaviors.
These previous small studies showed that inhaled dry air increased the phonatory threshold pressure (PTP) and self-perceived phonatory effort (PPE).