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The objective of this clinical and experimental study was to verify the immediate effect of vocal techniques: vibration, nasal sound and articulation in women without vocal complaints.
Condition or disease
Vocal techniques have been used, but few studies had as their aim to effectively verify its use and effect produced in voice and the larynx. The objective of this clinical and experimental study was to verify the immediate effect of vocal techniques: vibration, nasal sound and articulation. Material and method: 32 female subjects with normal to mild dysphonia participated in the research, with ages from 20 to 45 years. All subjects were submitted to realization of vocal techniques of vibration of the lips, articulation and nasal sounds for twenty minutes. The subjects were submitted to record the voice and laryngostroboscopic exams for perceptual analysis and laryngostroboscopic exams before and after the use of vocal techniques.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
20 Years to 45 Years (Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Were included in the study, female subjects with normal voices evidenced by the slightly altered auditory-perceptual analysis, without vocal complaints, aged between 20 and 45 years.
with normal voices or slightly altered voice
without vocal complaints
subject with altered voices of moderate and severe grades
with lesions in the vocal folds; fusiform or double gap on the phonation
subjects with neurological disorders
subjects who had been treated earlier speech by voice changes and / or surgery in the larynx