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Assessment of canine vocal fold function after injection of a new biomaterial designed to treat phonatory mucosal scarring.
Kalman-based autoregressive moving average modeling and inference for formant and antiformant tracking.
Voice production mechanisms following phonosurgical treatment of early glottic cancer.
Observation and analysis of in vivo vocal fold tissue instabilities produced by nonlinear source-filter coupling: a case study.
High-speed videoendoscopic analysis of relationships between cepstral-based acoustic measures and voice production mechanisms in patients undergoing phonomicrosurgery.
Investigating acoustic correlates of human vocal fold vibratory phase asymmetry through modeling and laryngeal high-speed videoendoscopy.
Current role of stroboscopy in laryngeal imaging.
Automated measurement of vocal fold vibratory asymmetry from high-speed videoendoscopy recordings.
Learning to detect vocal hyperfunction from ambulatory neck-surface acceleration features: initial results for vocal fold nodules.
Corrections to "Learning to Detect Vocal Hyperfunction From Ambulatory Neck-Surface Acceleration Features: Initial Results For Vocal Fold Nodules".
Average Ambulatory Measures of Sound Pressure Level, Fundamental Frequency, and Vocal Dose Do Not Differ Between Adult Females With Phonotraumatic Lesions and Matched Control Subjects.
Laryngeal High-Speed Videoendoscopy: Rationale and Recommendation for Accurate and Consistent Terminology.
Three-Dimensional Optical Reconstruction of Vocal Fold Kinematics Using High-Speed Video With a Laser Projection System.
Comparison of Videostroboscopy to Stroboscopy Derived From High-Speed Videoendoscopy for Evaluating Patients With Vocal Fold Mass Lesions.
Integration of Motor Learning Principles Into Real-Time Ambulatory Voice Biofeedback and Example Implementation Via a Clinical Case Study With Vocal Fold Nodules.
Ambulatory assessment of phonotraumatic vocal hyperfunction using glottal airflow measures estimated from neck-surface acceleration.
Efficacy of Videostroboscopy and High-Speed Videoendoscopy to Obtain Functional Outcomes From Perioperative Ratings in Patients With Vocal Fold Mass Lesions.