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  Patronage of the Polish Society of Audiology and Phoniatrics

vol 13. no 3. September 2014  

Spasmodic dysphonia – A case study and written work review
Joanna Morawska, Ewa Niebudek-Bogusz

A case of adductor type spasmodic dysphonia, a rare,
difficult to diagnose laryngeal disorder has been reported.
This laryngeal dystonia impedes or prevents communication
considerably deteriorating the quality of life, while current
methods of treatment do not ensure full recovery. A survey
of relevant literature has been also included. The reported
case confirms the dilemmas the clinicians treating patients
with spasmodic dysphonia patients are facing. Botulinum toxin
injections represent currently the most effective method of
treatment of this disorder. However, it should be stressed that
simultaneous voice therapy, the modules of which have been
described in detail, constitutes an indispensable element of the
comprehensive treatment procedure.

keywords: dysfonia spastyczna, terapia głosu, leczenie Botuliną, spasmodic dysphonia, voice therapy, Botoxtreatment

pages: from 168 to 174

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