MRI Anatomical and Morphological Differences in the Vocal Tract Between Dysphonic and Normal Adult Women

Results obtained from this study suggest that patients with VN may present a constantly increased tension of the laryngeal muscles, even at rest; moreover, reduced anterior-posterior dimension of the larynx may be a morphological characteristic of patients with VN.

from the Journal of Voice

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