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A Case of Voice Therapy for Long Standing Functional Aphonia

Kim BR, Woo JH

Functional aphonia is a disease in which normal vocal ability is suddenly lost. When voice therapy is started at an early stage, the prognosis is good. However, if the functional...
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A Case of Voice Therapy for Post-Thyroidectomy Syndrome

Kang YA, Song KH

Post-thyroidectomy syndrome refers to various voice changes experienced after the thyroid surgery. Among them, surgery or injection therapy has been prioritized over voice therapy for the bilateral vocal cord paralysis....
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Predictive Factors for the Efficacy of Voice Therapy for Pediatric Vocal Fold Nodule

Yun CB, Kim YM, Choi JS, Kim JW

Background and Objectives Voice therapy (VT) is considered to be the gold standard of treatment of vocal fold nodule in children. This study was designed to analyze the success rate...
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Effects of Voice Therapy Using Gliding and Humming in Dysphonic Patients With Glottal Gap

Jung DY, Shim MR, Hwang YS, Kim GJ, Sun DI

Background and Objectives Therapies have been reported to treat the glottal gap previously. However, these voice therapies showed the limits because many techniques focused only on one among breathing, resonance...
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The Effect of Voice Therapy for the Treatment of Functional Aphonia: A Preliminary Study

Kim NE, Kim JS, Oh JH, Kim DY, Woo JH

Background and Objectives Functional aphonia refers to in which by presenting whispering voice and almost producing very high-pitched tensed voices are produced. Voice therapy is the most effective treatment, but...
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A Case of Voice Therapy for Patient Who Voice Changed after Total Thyroidectomy Using Contactless Voice and Speech Therapy Service Platform

Lee G, Park SN

Voice therapy is effective in many voice and speech disorders. However, patients have low accessibility to therapeutic facilities due to disease-unrelated reasons such as lack of time and pandemic of...
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Perioperative Management of the Voice in Thyroid Cancer

Yoon SY, Hong HJ

Evaluating the patient’s voice before thyroidectomy is useful for the purpose of identifying patients with vocal cord paralysis without symptoms, identifying other patient’s voice abnormalities, and whether it is related...
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Effect of Voice Reinforcement Method for Treatment of Vocal Nodules: Preliminary Study

Kim JS, Lee DW

Background and Objective The purpose of this study is to report the effect of voice therapy using the voice reinforcement method (VRM) in patients with vocal nodules. It is one...
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Effects of Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercise in Patients with Functional Aphonia

Chae HR, Kim JS, Lee DW, Choi SH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Functional aphonia is characterized by incomplete closure of the vocal folds. Semi-occluded vocal tract exercise (SOVTE) allows smoothly vocal folds collision without damage to the vocal folds...
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The Effect of Voice Therapy Applying Self-Regulation Concepts on Dysphonia Patients

Lee CY, An SY, Son HY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The goal of this study is to present a strategy for improving the self-regulation (SR) ability and facilitating the change of vocal behavior by applying voice therapy...
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The Usefulness of Postoperative Direct Voice Therapy in Vocal Polyps

Oh DJ, Kim SY, Choi IH, Han HM, Byeon HK, Jung KY, Baek SK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Previous studies have suggested the usefulness and importance of postoperative voice therapy, for which there are indirect and direct methods. The aim of this study was to...
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The Study of Combined Voice Therapy with Intralaryngeal Injection

Ahn CM, Jung HW, Shin JE

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Though voice therapy is proven to be effective in academia, treatment results and satisfaction level are inconsistent in clinics. The inconsistency may rise from diverse vocal cords...
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Comparison of Vocal Cord Motion and Voice Characteristics of Applied Music Singing Students before and after Singing Voice Therapy

Hwang YS, Shim MR, Kim CJ, Choi YS, Kim SY, Choi CH, Sun DI

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Many students major in applied music singing have various difficulties in phonation when they sing or perform. But the studies about this cause are lack. The purpose...
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The Effect of Voice Therapy in Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis

Lee CY, An SY, Chang H, Son HY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aims to conduct post-voice therapy to patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis for vocal improvement, motility recovery and analyze the results. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Voice therapy...
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The Study of Satisfaction of Voice Therapy in Patients with Voice Disorders

Ahn CM, Shin IS, Shin JE

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Voice therapy is proven to be effective, but patients are reluctant to receive the therapy when physicians recommend it. This phenomenon may due to patients'lack of trust...
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Usefulness of Voice Therapy on Vocal Nodules in Professional Voice Users Treated with Steroid Injection

Lee JY, Lee JH, Choi JI, Lee SH, Jin SM

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: A local steroid injected directly into the vocal nodules has recently come to the forefront as another treatment option, which is reported as useful and effective. However,...
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Diagnosis and Therapy for Dysphonia in the Professional Voice User

Park GC, Kim ST, Nam SY

Characteristics of voice problems occurring with professional voice users are not too different from those with general public. However, they react sensitively to relatively subtle changes of voice and have...
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The Correlation of GRBAS Scales and Laryngeal Stroboscopic Findings for the Assessment of Voice Therapy Outcome in the Patients with Vocal Nodules

Yun YS, Lee EK, Baek CH, Son YI

  • KMID: 2115500
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2005 Dec;48(12):1501-1505.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The size of nodule is generally known as a main criterion for the evaluation of voice improvement in the patients with vocal nodules. However, the patients who...
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The Effect of Voice Therapy on Vocal Nodule Patients

Park HS, Park MH, Nam SY

  • KMID: 2274601
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 1999 Oct;42(10):1304-1310.
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate objectively the effect and utility of voice therapy which uses acoustic analysis and aerodynamic assessment, in addition to psychoacoustic analysis, as an initial treatment for patients with...
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Voice Analysis in Reinke's Edema

Kim DY, Seong WJ, Hwang CH, Lee SJ, Koh TY, Jeon SJ, Kim KH, Sung MW

  • KMID: 1874218
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 1999 Sep;42(9):1169-1173.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Reinke's edema is defined as swelling confined to the space underneath the epithelial layer known as Reinke's space. Patients suffering from Reinke's edema are known to have...
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