Correlation between slow vital capacity and the maximum phonation
time in healthy adults.
On the contrary, the results could be attributed to worsening phonation
An increased MFTR suggests the effect of alcohol intoxication on the laryngeal control for stable sustained phonation
. There are some supporting studies that states that lower alcohol levels can affect laryngeal physiology (Klingholtz et.al., 1988).
In the next stage of the study we analyzed the results of the Voice Handicap Index and the maximum phonation
time in the study group.
Effects on vocal fold collision and phonation
threshold pressure of resonance tube phonation
with tube end in water.
Time (MPT) is the longest period, during which a patient can sustain phonation
of a vowel sound.
'Acoustic and physiologic characteristics of inspiratory phonation
Total length, Phonation
trajectory and Pause rate being the variables with the greatest discriminating power (with standardized canonical discriminant function coefficients of .630, .541, -.403, .365 y -.344 respectively).
The major features of UVCP include breathy and husky phonation
. Sometimes the glottal incompetence may put the patient at risk of life-threatening aspiration.
Also known as the pulse register phonation
or glottal fry, vocal fry is a quality of the lowest registers of the human voice.
It consists of synopses, fill-in study outlines, and self-tests related to anatomy and physiology aspects such as locator terms, planes of reference, and anatomical positions; the basics of cells and tissues; and anatomy in terms of the functional categories of respiration, phonation
, articulation, and the nervous and auditory systems.
Voice range profile (VRP) was examined from phonation
from the lowest to the highest note after adequate inspiration.