Vocal Function Exercises (Voice Therapy)
Vocal Function Exercises (Voice Therapy)

SEMIOCCLUDED VOCAL TRACT EXERCISES : LITERATURE

@inproceedings{Cielo2013SEMIOCCLUDEDVT, title={SEMIOCCLUDED VOCAL TRACT EXERCISES : LITERATURE}, author={Carla Aparecida Cielo and Joziane Padilha de Moraes Lima and Mara Keli Christmann and Ricardo Brum}, year={2013} }

Conflict of interest: non-existent such as lips and thongs vibration techniques, fricative sounds, /b/ prolonged, humming, glottal firmness, labial constriction and tube phonation3-9. This techniques have in common the fact of being executed using some kind of occlusion on vocal tract, therefore classified as Semioccluded Vocal Tract Exercises(OSVTE). Usually, the OSVTE bring several benefits to patients from voice clinic because facilitate the source and filter interaction, reducing trauma…

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