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Quick Reference for Speech-Language Pathologists: Vocal Fold Function

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    Vocal fold function stats, differential diagnosis charts, and key features of voice various voice disorders for speech language pathologists.

    Vocal fold function can be commonly mis-diagnosed before landing on the desk of a speech-language pathologist. Likewise, the expertise of a speech-language pathologist can guide further diagnosis that can reduce medications and the improve chance of proper diagnosis sooner.

    This download features:

    • Voice anatomy
    • Quick stats on voice disorders
    • Differential diagnosis between asthma and vocal fold dysfunction
    • Sample of spirometer readings for vocal fold dysfunction
    • Differential diagnosis between laryngospasm and vocal fold dysfunction
    • Key differentiating features of the causes of vocal fold dysfunction (from Koufman et al, 2008).
    • Key features of various voice disorders


    Vocal fold function research
    From: Koufman, J. A., & Block, C. (2008). Differential Diagnosis of Paradoxical Vocal Fold Movement. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 17(4), 327. doi:10.1044/1058-0360(2008/07-0014)

    Purpose: To present the differential diagnosis of paradoxical vocal fold movement (PVFM) and its distinguishing features.

    Methods: The authors provide an overview of PVFM by drawing from 30 years of clinical and research experience, and relating that experience to literature in this area.

    Conclusion: PVFM is characterized by inappropriate adduction of the vocal folds during inspiration. PVFM is an uncommon and some- times confusing cause of airway obstruction. The resultant obstruction may be intermittent or continuous, mild or severe. Most patients with PVFM have a specific etiology— inflammatory, neurological, neoplastic, iatrogenic, or psychological—that influences type of treatment and outcome.

    Full access PDF is $8. Once purchased, you may save to your computer and print as many times as needed for your clinical practice.

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    If you purchase 20 color copies, 20 printed color copies will be delivered to your mailbox. Does not include access to PDF file.

    Please note that PDFs are not easily opened, saved, or manipulated on phones or tablets. We recommend only downloading on a computer after purchase. Digital download links will be available after payment on the checkout page and in your order confirmation via email. You will have 5 download attempts over 1 month to access the file. Only the purchaser may access and use the file for their own clinical practice.

    It is ok to:

    • Share a printed copy of this resource with a patient/client, their family members and friends, and non-SLP/OT/PT related staff such as nursing, home healthcare providers, physicians, CNAs, social services, dietitians, activities teams, teachers, caregivers, etc.
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    • Share any digital copy with clients outside of the context of teletherapy.
    • Store these files in any publicly accessible online storage system, such as a shared Google drive or other online storage service.
    • To share these files with other SLP/OT/PT related colleagues or friends. Please refer, don’t share.

    TECH SPECS: Digital download (875 KB). PDF format. 4 pages, 8.5x11 inches. High resolution (300 dpi).

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