dysphonia

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dysphonia

[dis′fō·nē·ə]
(medicine)
An impairment of the voice.
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The dysphonic voice heard by me, you and it: Differential associations with personality and psychological distress.
Premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysphonic disorder: definition & diagnosis.
He arrives in theatre with an expanding anterior neck haematoma, dysphonic, increasing dyspnoea, but still conscious and co-operative.
The assessments were made based on items from Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Fourth Edition (DSM-IV, 1994) The items--Desire/Urge to Smoke, Irritability/Frustration/ Anger, Restlessness, Difficulty Concentrating, Anxiety, Dysphonic or Depressed Mood, Insomnia and Increased Appetite--were rated on a five-point scale as: (0) not at all, (1) somewhat, (2) moderately so, (3) very much so, or (4) extremely so.
Twelve days later the dysphonic symptoms had completely disappeared.