• Clinical Voice Pathology Theory And Management

Clinical Voice Pathology Theory And Management

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  • Autor: STEMPLE
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Especificação
Título CLINICAL VOICE PATHOLOGY
Autores(as) Joseph C. Stemple/ Nelson Roy/ Bernice K. Klaben
ISBN 9781597565561
Edição / Ano 5/2014
Número de Páginas 433
Dimensões 25x18x2
Capa BROCHURA
Descrição
A classic work, now in its fifth edition, Clinical Voice Pathology: Theory and Management, is a compilation of the authors’ many years of experience in a multitude of settings and addresses a considerable range of voice disorders in various populations and from various etiologies—including medical, environmental, social, psychological, occupational, and even idiopathic threats to vocal health. The addition of world-renowned coauthor, Nelson Roy, brings this fifth edition even more valuable experience in clinical voice disorders research.

Whether a typical voice user, occupational voice user, elite vocal performer, head and neck cancer client, or an individual who has lost the ability to communicate competently and confidently due to a detrimental voice change, each patient presents a unique diagnostic dilemma: how best to return the voice to its optimal condition? This text thoroughly answers this question through explaining and illustrating the knowledge necessary to treat and manage voice disorders.

Sumário
Preface

    1. Voice: A Historical Perspective
        Ancient History
        The Renaissance
        The 17th to 19th Centuries
        The Laryngeal Mirror
        Further Advancements
        Voice Therapy
        Clinical Voice Pathology
        References


    2. Anatomy and Physiology
        Anatomy
            The Laryngeal Valve
            Respiration for Phonation
        Vocal Tract Resonance
        Structural Support for the Larynx
            Hyoid Bone
            Laryngeal Cartilages
        Muscles
            Muscles for Respiration: Inspiration and Exhalation
            Laryngeal Muscles
        True Folds, Ventricular (False) Folds, and Ventricle
        Vocal Fold Microstructure
            Epithelium
            Basement Membrane Zone
            Lamina Propria
            Vocal Muscle
        Blood Supply and Secretions
        Neurologicl Supply
            Central Nervous System Control
            Peripheral Innervation
        Laryngeal Reflexes
        Developmental Changes
        Geriatric Vocal Folds
        DNA Mircoarray Gene Expression Analysis
        Physiology of Phonation
            Theories of Vibration
            Fundamental Frequency Control
            Intensity Control
            Phonation Modes and Voice Quality Control
        Summary
        References


    3. Some Etiologic Correlates
        Etiologies of Vocal Misuse
            Phonotrauma
            Inappropriate Vocal Components
        Medically Related Etiologies
            Direct Surgery
            Indirect Surgery
            Chronic Illnesses and Disorders
        Primary Disorder Etiologies
        Personality-Related Etiologies
            Environmental Stress
            Identify Conflict
        Summary
        References


    4. Pathologies of the Laryngeal Mechanism
        Prevalence of Voice Disorders
        Pathology Classifications
            Structural Pathologies of the Vocal Fold
            Congenital and Maturational Changes Affecting Voice
            Inflammatory Conditions of the Larynx
            Trauma or Injury of the Larynx
            Systematic Condition Affecting Voice
            Allergies
            Nonlaryngeal Aerodigestive Disorders Affecting Voice
            Psychiatric and Psychological Disorders Affecting Voice
            Neurological Disorders Affecting Voice
            Movement Disorders Affecting the Larynx
            Central Neurological Disorders Affecting the Voice
            Other Disorders of Voice Use
        Summary
        References


    5. The Diagnostic Voice Evaluation
        The Management Team
        Patient Profile
        Referral Sources
        Medical Evaluation
        Voice Pathology Evaluation
        Diagnostic Voice Evaluation
            Referral
            Reason for the Referral
            History of the Problem
            Oral-Peripheral Examination
            Auditory-Perceptual Voice Assessment
            Patient Self-Analysis of the Voice Disorder
            Impressions
            Prognosis
            Recommendations
            Additional Considerations
        Summary
        References
        Appendix 5-A. Sample Report
        Appendix 5-B. Consensus Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation of Voice (CAPE-V)
        Appendix 5-C. The Rainbow Passage
        Appendix 5-D. Vocal Component Checklist
        Appendix 5-E. Voice Handicap Index (VHI)


    6. Instrumental Measurement of Voice
        Introduction to Instrumentation in Voice Assessment
        Clinical Utility
        Basics of Technical Instruments
        Microphones and Recording Environment
        Digital Signal Processing
        Acoustic Measurements
            Pitch Detection Algorithm
            Fundamental Frequency
            Intensity
            Voice Range Profile, Phonetogram, and Physiologic Frequency Range of Phonation
            Perturbation Measures
            Signal (or Harmonic)-to-Noise Ratios
            Spectral Analysis
            Cepstral Spectral Index of Dysphonia (CSID)
        Aerodynamic Measures
            Calibration
            Pressure, Flow, Resistance, and Ohm's Law
            Airflow Equipment
            Flow Measurement
            Subglottal Air Pressure Measurement
            Phonation Threshold Pressure
            Laryngeal Resistance
            Inverse Filter
        Laryngeal Imaging
            Endoscopy
            Stroboscopy
            High-Speed Digital Imaging
            Kymography
            Criteria for Laryngeal Imaging
            Recording Protocol
            Visual Perceptual Judgements
        Electroglottography (EGG)
        Laryngeal Electromyography (LEMG)
        Normative Information
        Electrical Safety
        Hygienic Safety
        The Clinical Voice Laboratory
        Glossary
            Acoustics
            Aerodynamics
        References
        Appendix 6-A. Joint Statement: ASHA and AAO-HNS
        Appendix 6-B. Vocal Tract Visualization and Imaging: Position Statement


    7. Survey of Voice Management
        Voice Therapy Orientations
            Hygienic Voice Therapy
            Symptomatic Voice Therapy
            Psychogenic Voice Therapy
            Physiologic Voice Therapy
            Eclectic Voice Therapy
            Case Study 1
        Hygienic Voice Therapy
            Treatment Strategies for Vocally Traumatic Behavior
            Vocal Hygiene Therapy Approaches
            Case Study 2: The Homemaker
            Case Study 3: The Noisy Job Environment
            Case Study 4: The Public Speaker
            Case Study 5: Phonotrauma in Children
            Case Study 6: Can We Always Expect Success?
            Hydration
            Confidential Voice
        Symptomatic Voice Therapy
            Therapy Approaches for Respiration
            Therapy Approaches for Phonation
            Therapy Approaches for Resonance
            Therapy Approaches for Pitch
            Therapy Approaches for Gender Reassignment Voice Change
            Therapy Approaches for Loudness Modification
            Therapy Approaches for Rate Modification
            Therapy Approaches for Laryngeal Area Muscle Tension
        Psychogenic Voice Therapy
            Functional Aphonia/Dysphonia
            Functional Falsetto
            Vocal Chord Dysfunction (VCD)
        Physiologic Voice Therapy
            Case Study 11: Laryngeal Muscle Imbalance
            Case Study 12: The Postsurgical Patient
            Case Study 13: Presbyphonia
            Vocal Function Exercises
            Resonant Voice Therapy
            Accent Method of Voice Therapy
            Lee Silverman Voice Treatment
        Team Management of Specific Laryngeal Pathologies
            Vocal Fold Cover Lesions
            Laryngopharyngeal Reflux and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
            Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
            Case Study 14: Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
            Spasmodic Dysphonia
        Successful Voice Therapy
        Refernces
        Appendix 7-A. Phrases and Sentences Graduated in Length
            Paragraph Readings
            Poetry Readings


    8. The Professional Voice
        Overview
        The Professional Voice User
        History
        The "At-Risk" Status
        Professional Roles
            The Otolaryngoloist
            The Voice Pathologist
            The Produces
            The Agent or Manager
        Clinical Pathways
            Otolaryngology-Voice Pathology-Voice Pedagogy
            Voice Pedagogy-Otolaryngoloist-Voice Pathology
            Voice Pedagogy-Voice Pathology-Otolaryngology
            Otolaryngology-Voice Pedagogy
            Voice Pathologist-Voice Pedagogy
            Vocal Types and Vocal Range
        Categories of Singers
        Vocal Registers
        Common Etiologic Factors
            Personality Factors
            Phonotrauma
            Drugs
            Hydration
        Common Pathologies
            Acute and Chronic Noninfectious Laryngitis
            Vocal Nodules
            Contact Ulcers and Granulomas
            Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease/Laryngopharyngeal Reflux
            Voice Fatigue
            Vocal Fold Hemorrhage and Vascular Pathologies
        Clinical Assessment of the Vocal Performer
        Supportive Training and Techniques
            Alexander Technique
            The Linklater Method
            The Feldenkrais Method
            The Lessac System
            Estill Voice Training
        Summary
        Glossary of Terms Used in Singing
        References


    9. Rehabilitation of the Laryngectomized Patient
        Overview
        Incidence of Laryngeal Cancer
        Etiology
        Symptoms of Laryngeal Cancer
        Medical Evaluation
        Staging and Tumor-Node-Metastasis Classification
        Lymph Node Distribution
        Treatment Options
            Conservation
            Combined Treatments
            Radiation Therapy
            Surgery
            Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy
        Methods of Reconstruction
        Needs for Follow-Up Treatment
            Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Team
        Special Concerns of the Laryngectomized Patient
            Communication
            Physical Concerns
            Psychosocial Concerns
        Speech Rehabilitation
            Artificial Larynges
            Esophageal Speech
            Surgical Prothetics
        Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist and Surgical Prothetics
            Patient Evaluation
            Patient Fitting
            Independent Care
            Maximizing Communication
            Hands-Free Speaking Valve
        Summary
        Helpful Websites on Head and Neck Cancers
        References


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