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  • Electroglottography - An Update. [Review]
    J Voice 2019Herbst CT
  • Electroglottography (EGG) is a low-cost, noninvasive technology for measuring changes of relative vocal fold contact area during laryngeal voice production. EGG was introduced about 60years ago and has gone through a "golden era" of increased scientific attention in the late 1980s and early 90s. During that period, four eminent review papers were written. Here, an update to these reviews is given…
  • Quality analysis of laryngography in a busy hospital ENT voice clinic. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Disord Commun 1995; 30(2):132-9Watson C
  • The Portable Laryngograph provides a non-acoustic plot of wet mucosal contact at the glottis over the vocal fold vibrational cycle called the Lx waveform in Laryngograph terminology. Although well-equipped clinics gain most ENT requirements for investigation from the video endoscope, the nature of stroboscopy prevents the investigation over single glottal periods and many transitory problems may …
  • Analysis of laryngeal movement by digital subtraction laryngography. [Journal Article]
    Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1992; 118(12):1316-9Okamura H, Sasaki Y
  • Fine movement of laryngeal components was analyzed by digital subtraction laryngography with the use of a digital fluorography system. Two kinds of image processing modes, the super pulse image subtraction mode and the time interval difference mode, were used for this purpose. By the super pulse image mode, the distance and extent of movement of laryngeal components at vocal initiation and during…
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