Passive smoke affects ultrastructure of nasal mucosa in children; increased eustachian tube dysfunction in children with obstructive sleep apnea; risk factors for spasmodic dysphonia; predictors of complications of free flap reconstruction
Articles tagged with "Spasmodic Dysphonia"
Are specific triggers associated with the onset of spasmodic dysphonia? Background: Spasmodic dysphonia (SD) is an idiopathic voice disorder characterized by a strained, strangled voice quality or a breathy voice with aphonic segments of connected speech. Knowledge regarding causes and predisposing factors remains extremely limited. Study design: Retrospective chart review. Setting: New York Head and Neck Institute, Center […]