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Voice Disorders Final Exam

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Lombard Effect

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CASE STUDY: Mrs. Miller, 58 years old, presents with functional aphonia characterized by normal laryngeal anatomy, but atypical voice quality (speaks only in a whisper). She is not always compliant in therapy, but continues to show up because her social life is being negatively affected. When asked to increase her volume when speaking she is unable to. Which treatment technique would be best to increase her volume?

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