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2018 | 72(4) | 26-34
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Psychogenic voice disorders

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Introduction: Voice express the psyche and personality of a person. Psychogenic dysphonia is called Phononeurosis. Neurosis, depression or family, occupational and social conflicts are the cause of voice disturbances. The most frequent type of dysphonia is hyperfunctional dysphonia, rarer – hypofunctional type. Aim: The aim of this study is an analysis of voice quality and diagnosis of clinical type of psychogenic dysphonia. Material and methods: The analyzed group consisted of 50 patients with voice disorders treated in 2017 and the control group – 30 people with physiological voice. In the diagnosed group 60% of patients were treated for neurosis, 12% due to depression, the others reported conflict situations. In the diagnosis of clinical type of psychogenic dysphonia GRBAS scale was used, maximum phonation time (MPT) and type of breathing were assessed. The visualisation of the larynx was performed using High Speed Digital Imaging (HSDI) technique. The parametric acoustic evaluation of voice was conducted. Results: The most often clinical type of psychogenic dysphonia was hyperfunctional dysphonia, rarer hypofunctional type and vestibular voice. Dysphonia occurred the most often in women during the highest professional activity period. In the diagnosis of clinical type HSDI technique was especially useful allowing to visualization of the real vocal fold vibration and objective differentiation of hyper- and hypofunctional dysphonia. The acoustic analysis of the voice objectively confirmed the presence non-harmonic components – noise generated in the glottis in hypofunctional dysphonia. Disturbances in the way and breathing type caused irregularities in respiratory-phonic and articulation coordination.
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2018-05-23
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