A wide range of neurological disorders can affect the phonatory function of the larynx as well as its role in respiration and swallowing except for the more common problem of recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis and the unusual but disabling entity of spastic dysphonia neurologically based voice disorders until recently have been a . The second edition of neurologic disorders of the larynx is a comprehensive reference assembling the clinical knowledge of a multidisciplinary team of experts in the evaluation diagnosis and treatment of laryngeal dysfunction divided into three main sections the book opens with a review of basic physiologic concepts covering relevant anatomy neural innervation and electrophysiology. Neurologic disorders of the laryngopharynx are largely disorders of function and therefore movement rather than anatomy and may result from a focal disease process or present as a local manifestation of a systemic disorder. Neurological disorders should be followed by neurologists the variety of neurological disorders of the larynx require specific patient evaluation to determine management options which can range from voice therapy to office based or operating room procedures to improve an affected voice. Get this from a library neurologic disorders of the larynx andrew blitzer mitchell f brin lorraine o ramig covers the evaluation diagnosis and management of sensory and motor disorders of the larynx and associated structures the book reflects the colaboration among otolaryngologists neurologists and
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