tracheoesophageal speech

tra·che·o·e·soph·a·ge·al speech

a form of alaryngeal speech obtained by a surgical technique that creates a shunt between trachea and esophagus, allowing pulmonary air to generate upper esophageal and pharyngeal mucosal vibrations as a substitute for vocal cord vibrations after the larynx has been surgically removed.
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Further experience with BTXw injection for tracheoesophageal speech failure.
A comparative acoustic study of normal, esophageal and tracheoesophageal speech production.
Automatic recognition and evaluation of tracheoesophageal speech.
Let's Look at his Word Accuracy--Automatic Evaluation of Tracheoesophageal Speech.
1) Moreover, secondary TEP patients may have more reasonable expectations regarding the quality of tracheoesophageal speech and therefore be more satisfied with their voice following the period of postoperative aphonia.
5%) used tracheoesophageal speech as their primary mode of communication--40 of the 51 patients in the primary group (78.
4%), pneumatic device (13%), tracheoesophageal speech (13%) and esophageal speech (19.
Equal portion (13%) of the respondents used pneumatic device and tracheoesophageal speech.
A comparative acoustic study of normal, esophageal, and tracheoesophageal speech production.