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Dysphonia (Swedish)

Dysphonia (Swedish)

Dysphonia is a program about impaired voice quality or hoarseness (i.e. dysphonia) mainly due to organic diseases of the larynx, including clinical histories, voice samples, microlaryngoscopic images, examination techniques, diagnosis, and treatment. The program aims to facilitate learning of the management of in the first hand organic voice disorders by providing an interactive access to a database of typical dysphonic patients, including a presentation of their laryngeal disease illustrated by photographs of their larynx, videoclips of stroboscopic findings, and micrographs of pathological specimens, as well as by tape recordings and analyses of their impaired voices. The user will be able to question and examine the patient by clicking on appropriate buttons. New and unfamiliar terms are defined and accessible from the Glossary. The program should work on any computer with an Internet connection. The connectivity is of importance for the performance of the program. A broadband connection is recommended. Screen resolution can be 800x600 or better. In order to view video clips QuickTime should be installed and the configuration set to your browser. The 1998...


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