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Book and Media Reviews
March 10, 2010

Clinical Voice Disorders

JAMA. 2010;303(10):987-991. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.253

Clinical Voice Disorders by Arnold Aronson and Diane Bless is the fourth edition of a classic text in voice pathology. The authors are long-standing members of their profession and are widely known both for their clinical and their academic contributions to the field. In this book, they cover topics from both a scientific and a practical point of view. Progressing in a more or less logical sequence, the chapters cover the normal development of voice, abnormal types of voice attributable to structural and neurological disorders, and psychogenic disorders. Case studies illustrating clinical diagnosis are followed by a section on treatment of voice disorders. A new chapter on professional singers addresses the special considerations that apply to this unique group of patients, and the final chapter deals with extended case studies in psychogenic voice disorders.

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