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Published November, 2016
By K. Young, S. Mohan and O. Judd
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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A practical guide to the modification of the cartilage framework of the larynx, through phonomicrosurgery and postoperative voice therapy. Coverage is comprehensive and includes Medialization thyroplasty/laryngoplasty, Arytenoid repositioning and Crico-thyroid repositioning, among others.

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This long awaited second edition is completely updated and expanded, largely rewritten, and with contributions by world-leading voice practitioners, is a manual of good practice in the voice clinic, from measurement and instrumentation, through evaluation and treatment, to considerations for special populations, including performers.

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Evaluating Voice Therapy was one of the first books to address the need for a robust evidence base for the treatment of functional voice disorders. Now re-titled, this practical, expanded second edition addresses the major advances in the evaluation of treatment of a range of voice disorders (functional, organic and neurogenic).

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Published September, 2015
By Ron Morris and Linda Hutchison
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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Practical, and concise, and with science presented in easily understandable terms, this book introduces Accent Method breathing. The expert authors demonstrate, with exercises, how Accent Method helps develop effective breathing and support in singers.

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Published September, 2015
By Peter G. Gibson and Anne E. Vertigan
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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This is the first textbook worldwide on the speech pathology management of chronic refractory cough. It offers a comprehensive overview of the condition, outlines therapy in great detail and consolidates recent advances in this area, and provides all materials needed for speech pathologists to effectively assess and treat clients.

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Published September, 2015
By Mary J Hawkshaw, Robert Thayer Sataloff and Jaime Eaglin Moore
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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Vocal fold scar remains one of the most demanding and, in some ways, frustrating challenges of laryngology and voice therapy. Treatments for this complex condition are inconsistent and often produce suboptimal results. Presented here is the latest information on the pathophysiology of vocal fold scar, treatments, procedures, and new research.

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Published September, 2015
By Sue Jones
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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The perfect practical introduction to videoendoscopy covering the set-up of a voice clinic, including personnel and procedures, the practicalities of working with clients, the technology and instrumentation - and how to use it to maximum effect. Packed with case examples.

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Published August, 2015
By Jan Baker
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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Helps speech and voice pathologists understand a wide range of underlying psychosocial factors that may contribute to organic and functional voice disorders, offering counseling considerations and strategies, including collaboration with other healthcare professionals, case examples and practical guidance on therapy options.

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Published May, 2015
By Martha Howe
Publisher: Compton Publishing Ltd
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Published May, 2015
By Jennie Morton
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