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The most comprehensive reference on voice care and science ever published!
Substantially revised and updated since the previous edition published in 2005, Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care, Fourth Edition provides the latest advances in the field of voice care and science. In three volumes, it covers basic science, clinical assessment, nonsurgical treatments, and surgical management. Twenty new chapters have been added. These include an in-depth chapter on pediatric voice disorders, chapters detailing how hormonal contraception, autoimmune disorders, and thyroiddisorders affect the voice, as well as chapters on the evolution of technology in the voice care field, and advances in imaging of the voice production system.
The appendices also have been updated. They include a summary of the phonetic alphabet in five languages, clinical history and examination forms, a special history form translated into 15 languages, sample reports from a clinical voice evaluation, voice therapyexercise lists, and others. The multidisciplinary glossary remains an invaluable resource.
- With contributions from a Who's Who of voice across multiple disciplines
- 120 chapters covering all aspects of voice science and clinical care
- Features case examples plus practical appendices including multi-lingual forms and sample reports and exercise lists
- Comprehensive index
- Multidisciplinary glossary
- Available in print or electronic format
- 20 new chapters
- Extensively revised and reorganized chapters
- Many more color photographs, illustrations, and case examples
- Fully updated comprehensive glossary
- Major revisions with extensive new information and illustrations, especially on voice surgery, reflux, and structural abnormalities
1. Formation of the Larynx: From Hox Genes to Critical Periods
2. High-Speed Digital Imaging
3. Evolution of Technology
4. Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Voice Production System
5. Pediatric Voice Disorders
6. The Vocal Effects of Thyroid Disorders and Their Treatment
7. The Effects of Hormonal Contraception on the Voice
8. Cough and the Unified Airway
9. Autoimmune Disorders
10. Respiratory Behaviors and Vocal Tract Issues in Wind Instrumentalists
11. Amateur and Professional Child Singers: Pedagogy and Related Issues
12. Safety of Laryngology Procedures Commonly Performed in the Office
13. The Professional Voice Practice
14. Medical-Legal Implications of Professional Voice Care
15. The Physician as Expert Witness
16. Laryngeal Neurophysiology
17. The Academic Practice of Medicine
19. Medical Evaluation Prior to Voice Lessons
20. Why Study Music?
While written primarily for physicians and surgeons, this comprehensive work is also designed to be used by (and written in language accessible to) speech-language pathologists, singing voice specialists, acting voice specialists, voice teachers, voice/singingperformers, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and others involved in the care and maintenance of the human voice.
It is a must-have reference for medical and academic libraries at institutions with otolaryngology, speech-language pathology, music, nursing and other programs related to the human voice.
Volume 1 (Chapters 1-29): Basic Science and Clinical Assessment
Volume 2 (Chapters 30-86): Non-Surgical Management
Volume 3 (Chapters 87-120 plus Glossary, Appendices): Surgical Management and Special Considerations
Robert T. Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS, is professor and chairman in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and senior associate dean for Clinical Academic Specialties at Drexel University College of Medicine. He is also adjunct professor in theDepartment of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Temple University; as well as on the faculty of the Academy of Vocal Arts. Dr. Sataloff is a professional singer and singing teacher and served as conductor of the Thomas Jefferson University Choir for nearly four decades. He holds an undergraduate degree in Music Theory and Composition from Haverford College, medical degree from Jefferson Medical College–Thomas Jefferson University, and doctor of musical arts in voice performance from Combs College of Music. He completed his residency in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery and fellowship in otology, neurotology and skull base surgery at the University of Michigan. Dr. Sataloff ischairman of the boards of directors of the Voice Foundation and the American Institute for Voice and Ear Research. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Voice and Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, associate editor of the Journal of Singing, and on the editorial boards of numerous otolaryngology journals. He has written more than 700 publications, including 40 books. His medical practice is limited to care of the professional voice and otology/neurotology/skull base surgery