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dysphonia

[dis′fō·nē·ə]
(medicine)
An impairment of the voice.
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This point, with sensitivity of 0.831 and specificity of 0.183, shows the test's best ability to discriminate dysphonic and normophonic subjects (Figure 4).
Through the experimental analysis, we can arrive at the conclusion that the presbyphonic may play a confounding role in the female and male dysphonic set, and the results of diagnosis were less affected by gender.
Houde, "Acoustic Correlates of Breathy Vocal Quality: Dysphonic Voices and Continuous Speech," Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 39, no.
Due to the isolated words, the AVPD can be used to develop different speech recognition applications for dysphonic patients, which are not possible to develop by using the SVD and MEEI databases.
The design of this questionnaire is to gain a simple and easy screening tool for determining the women who suffer from premenstrual syndrome from premenstrual syndrome dysphonic disorder.
One corpus comprises four sentences produced by 62 normophonic speakers (35 male and 27 female) and 50 dysphonic speakers (28 male and 22 female).
Thus, mammalian mothers respond with varying degrees of urgency depending on specific acoustic properties, such as the fundamental frequency (Protopapas & Lieberman, 1997; Soltis, 2004) or dysphonic cry (Cecchini, Lai, & Langher, 2010).
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.
Successful cardiac pulmonary resuscitation 2 Good Dysphonic. Hoarse voice.