stroboscopy

stro·bos·co·py

(strō-bos'kŏ-pē),
Endoscopy performed with an intermittent light at a frequency that approximates the frequency of movement of the object visualized so that it appears to be motionless; useful in analyzing vocal fold structure and motion.

stro·bos·co·py

(strō-bos'kŏ-pē)
Endoscopy performed with an intermittent light at a frequency that approximates the frequency of movement of the object visualized so that it appears to be motionless; useful in analyzing vocal cord structure and motion.

stroboscopy

The analysis of movements with a periodically flickering light source.
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Among the topics are the anatomy and physiology of phonation, the acoustic analysis of voice, laryngeal endoscopy and stroboscopy, the medical treatment of voice disorders, and voice rehabilitation after laryngeal cancer.
One of the authors (R.T.S.) proposed to Kay Elemetrics the development of stroboscopy sites nationally with a reading location centralized in Philadelphia 20 years ago.
Acoustic evaluation is noninvasive, quantitative, economical, convenient, and rapid compared to other assessment methods such as electro-glottography (10) and laryngeal stroboscopy. (11) Vocal fold polyps are noncancerous growths on the vocal cords that cause hoarseness by disrupting the glottal closure and vibration pattern.
In the laryngostroboscopic examination, an intracordal mass lesion was located in the middle one-third part of the right vocal cord, which had a nodular appearance, keratotic foci on the medial surface, and disrupted the vibratory pattern in the stroboscopy (Figure 1).
This involves a swallow evaluation and laryngeal video stroboscopy and performing the Consensus Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation of Voice (CAPE-V) and the Voice Handicap Index (VHI-10).
After the implant, the patient's voice improved, and at her 1-year follow-up, she still had a good voice and a good appearance on stroboscopy.
The data acquisition system is supplied by strobe signals as uniformly as in the traditional stroboscopy, but in the phase time (with period [theta]).
It has been updated to include information on stroboscopic findings, more on geriatrics, and more on the larynx and its function through the use of stroboscopy. Problems associated with the deaf and hearing impaired are not discussed.
With this text he offers his expertise, beginning with the basics of vocal fold anatomy and histology, function, and physiology, and covering the clinical examination and the stroboscopy laboratory.
Using instrumentation (e.g., videofluoroscopy, EMG, nasendoscopy, stroboscopy, computer technology) to observe, collect data, and measure parameters of communication and swallowing, or other upper aerodigestive functions in accordance with the principles of evidence-based practice.
Services include vocal and singing coaching, speech therapy and video stroboscopy, a small video camera and strobe light that illuminate the workings of the vocal chords, thus helping to pinpoint exact vocal difficulties.