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|Title:||Laryngeal electromyography techniques and clinical use|
|Author:||Teixeira Kimaid, Paulo Andre|
Crespo, Agricio Nubiato
Moreira, Ana Lucila
Wolf, Aline Epiphanio
Franca Junior, Marcondes Cavalcante
|Abstract:||Laryngeal electromyography is considered a valuable diagnostic tool for voice disorders. The technique, described almost 70 years ago, evolved 3 decades later, mainly because of the growing interest of laryngologists and speech pathologists. In the authors' opinion, the reduced number of neurophysiologists involved in laryngeal electromyography groups is, at some instance, related to the difficulty to start the learning process and the multidisciplinary approach the field requires. This review highlights the anatomy and physiology needed to perform laryngeal electromyography and its clinical usefulness in the new field known as neurolaryngology|
|Editor:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|
|Appears in Collections:||FCM - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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