Frame by Frame Analysis of Glottic Insufficiency Using Laryngovideostroboscopy
FBFA appears to be a simple objective method for the novice or experienced LVS interpreter, by which one can suspect subtle GI. Because of the inherent physical properties by which LVS gives an “illusionary” representation of the glottic cycle, the FBFA technique remains a theoretical tool. Future studies using high-speed digital imaging are needed to validate this useful technique.
from the Journal of Voice
Posted on June 14, 2011, in Research and tagged Frame by frame analysis, glottal insufficiency, Glottic insufficiency, Laryngeal electromyography, Laryngeal EMG, Laryngology, Laryngovideostroboscopy, muscle tension dysphonia, Primary muscle tension dysphonia, Secondary muscle tension dysphonia, Stroboscopy, Videostroboscopy, Vocal cord atrophy, Vocal cord injection, Vocal cord paresis, vocal fold atrophy, Vocal fold injection, Vocal fold paresis, voice. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.