Speech Disorders (Hoarseness - Dysphonia)

Dysphonia or hoarseness is a speech disorder that is typified by any deviation from normal volume, intensity or quality. Hoarseness in children and adults is most often caused by organic or functional changes in the throat. Depending on the amount of time the condition presents it may be acute or chronic. Acute hoarseness may be caused by inflammations in the throat or the entire respiratory tract caused by viruses, bacteria and allergies, while the most common causes of chronic hoarseness include chronic laryngitis, vocal oedema, polyps, vocal nodes or nodules and papillomas.

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Written on 17.12.2019.
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