OBJECTIVES. Vocal fold paralysis can have a significant impact on a patient's quality of life. The aim of this study was to analyze, in terms of vocal improvement and motility recovery, the post-vocal treatment results of patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis (UVFP) who underwent early voice therapy. Study design. A 7 years prospective study of patients with an UVFP who underwent our multidimensional diagnostic-therapeutic assessment. MATERIAL AND METHODS. Seventy-four patients with UVFP were included in the study. All patients underwent a voice therapy based on forcible exercises supplemented by manipulations and maneuvers. A pre and post-treatment objective voice evaluation and self-assessment was made.

The role of early voice therapy in the incidence of motility recovery in unilateral vocal fold paralysis / Mattioli, Francesco; Bergamini, Giuseppe; ALICANDRI CIUFELLI, Matteo; Molteni, Gabriele; Luppi, Maria Pia; Nizzoli, Federica; Grammatica, Alberto; Presutti, Livio. - In: LOGOPEDICS PHONIATRICS VOCOLOGY. - ISSN 1401-5439. - 36:(2011), pp. 40-47. [10.3109/14015439.2011.554433]

The role of early voice therapy in the incidence of motility recovery in unilateral vocal fold paralysis

MATTIOLI, Francesco;BERGAMINI, Giuseppe;ALICANDRI CIUFELLI, Matteo;MOLTENI, Gabriele;LUPPI, Maria Pia;GRAMMATICA, Alberto;PRESUTTI, Livio
2011

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OBJECTIVES. Vocal fold paralysis can have a significant impact on a patient's quality of life. The aim of this study was to analyze, in terms of vocal improvement and motility recovery, the post-vocal treatment results of patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis (UVFP) who underwent early voice therapy. Study design. A 7 years prospective study of patients with an UVFP who underwent our multidimensional diagnostic-therapeutic assessment. MATERIAL AND METHODS. Seventy-four patients with UVFP were included in the study. All patients underwent a voice therapy based on forcible exercises supplemented by manipulations and maneuvers. A pre and post-treatment objective voice evaluation and self-assessment was made.
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The role of early voice therapy in the incidence of motility recovery in unilateral vocal fold paralysis / Mattioli, Francesco; Bergamini, Giuseppe; ALICANDRI CIUFELLI, Matteo; Molteni, Gabriele; Luppi, Maria Pia; Nizzoli, Federica; Grammatica, Alberto; Presutti, Livio. - In: LOGOPEDICS PHONIATRICS VOCOLOGY. - ISSN 1401-5439. - 36:(2011), pp. 40-47. [10.3109/14015439.2011.554433]
Mattioli, Francesco; Bergamini, Giuseppe; ALICANDRI CIUFELLI, Matteo; Molteni, Gabriele; Luppi, Maria Pia; Nizzoli, Federica; Grammatica, Alberto; Presutti, Livio
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