Aphonia

Loss of voice i.e. Laryngitis

aphonia

[n] - a disorder of the vocal organs that results in the loss of voice
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Aphonia

laryngitis
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Aphonia

Aphonia: Inability to speak.
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aphonia

<clinical sign, neurology> Inability to produce speech sounds. Often due to a disease of the voice producing structures. ... See: alalia. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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aphonia

voicelessness noun a disorder of the vocal organs that results in the loss of voice
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aphonia

(a-fo´ne-ә) loss of the voice; see also dysphonia. mutism.
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Aphonia

• (n.) Alt. of Aphony
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aphonia

(from the article `speech`) ...The oral cavity is reconnected directly to the esophagus. Having lost his pulmonary activator (air from the lungs) and laryngeal sound generator, ...
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aphonia

aphonia A loss of voice due to an organic or functional disorder; voiceless, muteness.
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aphonia

aphonia, aphonias, aphonic 1. A total loss of the voice and of all but whispered speech as a result of hysteria, disease, or overuse of the vocal cords; inability to produce vocal sound.2. Loss of the voice as a result of a disease, injury, or a structural abnormality.
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aphonia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-fō′nē-ă Definitions: 1. Loss of the voice as a result of disease or injury to the larynx.
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Aphonia

Aphonia is the greater or less impairment, or the complete loss of the power of emitting vocal sound. The slightest and less permanent forms often arise from extreme nervousness, fright, and hysteria. Slight forms of structural aphonia are of a catarrhal nature, resulting from more or less congestion and tumefaction of the mucous and submucous tiss...
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Aphonia

Aphonia, also called laryngitis, exists when a person has no voice or has lost their voice due to an inflammation of the larynx.
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Aphonia

Aphonia is the inability to produce voice. It is considered more severe than dysphonia. A primary cause of aphonia is bilateral disruption of the recurrent laryngeal nerve, which supplies nearly all the muscles in the larynx. Damage to the nerve may be the result of surgery (e.g., thyroidectomy) or a tumor. Aphonia means `no sound.` In other wor.....
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Aphonia

An inability to produce speech sounds that require the use of the larynx that is not due to a lesion
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