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A voice disorder refers to inappropriate vocal quality, pitch, and/or volume as the result of a structural change to the larynx, a problem within the nervous system, or improper use of the vocal mechanism. Voicing is the result of several parts working together, including respiration in the lungs, vibration at the vocal folds, and sound shaping in the vocal tract. A voice disorder may be a result of any of these parts malfunctioning and, if present, can negatively affect how a person is able to participate in functional communication and preferred activities. A voice disorder may present with the following symptoms:

  • Vocal hoarseness or roughness
  • Muscle tension
  • Vocal strain
  • Pain when speaking
  • Complete or partial voice loss
  • Fatigue when speaking
  • Frequent throat clearing or coughing

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