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Visual Examination of Voice Disorders

Second Edition
Christine Sapienza, Bari Hoffman Ruddy
Details:
DVD
Included Media:
DVD only
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-514-1
Release Date:
11/30/2012
$59.95

Overview

An excellent teaching tool, this DVD contains digital images of laryngoscopic, videostroboscopic, high speed imaging examinations, and phonosurgical procedures. It is an excellent source to be used in any graduate voice disorders class.

For the second edition, the authors have added 30 new laryngeal exams, new laryngeal image color plates, and new sections on vocal pathologies, including discussion of autoimmune diseases.

View a video clip sample.

DVD contents:
Chapter 5 Structural

  • Video Clips
    • Bilateral Varices
    • Bowing
    • Bowing: Hyperfunction with Increased Effort
    • Cancer
    • Candida and Hyperkeratonsis
    • Candida/ Hyperleratosis/ Reinke's
    • Generalized Edema with Prenodular
    • Generalized Edema with RTVF Subglottic Murucs
    • Generalized Edema, Bilateral Vocal Nodules
    • Excessive Mucous
    • Fungal Infection
    • Granuloma
    • Granuloma and Generalized Vocal Fold Edema
    • Granuloma and Hyperfunction
    • Granuloma and LPR
    • LTVF Posterior Lesion Granuloma
    • Healthy Female
    • Hemangioma
    • Heiangioma in Arytenoid Complex
    • LTVF Hemorrhage
    • VF Hemmorrhage
    • Hemorrhagic Polyp
    • Opera Singer with Hemorrhagic Polyp and Edema
    • LTVF Hemorrhagic Polyp with Generalized Ectasia
    • Hemorrhagic Polyp/ Aneterior Mirco Web/LPR
    • Hyperemia and Hypofunction
    • Hyperemia and LPR
    • Hyperkeratosis and Microweb
    • Hypofuncion
    • Laryngeal Ventricle Cyst
    • Laryngitis/Prenodular Swelling
    • Leukoplakia Small Vocal Fold Polyp
    • LPR
    • LPR and Ectasia in a Singer
    • LPR Increased Mucus VF Edema
    • Persistent Mucus, Generalized Edema
    • Generalized Edema, Posterior Erythemia
    • Microweb and Ectasia
    • Extensive Papilloma
    • Papilloma
    • Papilloma with Possible Fungal Infection
    • Pediatric Subglottic Stenosis
    • Generalized Edema, Bilateral Vocal Nodules
    • Multiobed Polyp
    • Pendunculated Polyp
    • Pin Point Nodules in a Singer
    • Polyp
    • Polyp: Adolescent Singer
    • Polyp and Excessive Mucus
    • Polyp/LPR
    • Polyp and Right Ventricular Fold Cancer
    • Polyp Reactive Nodule and Mircoweb
    • Polyp Varix LPR
    • Generalized Edema, LTVF Bilobed Polyp
    • LTVF Polyp and Bilateral Ectasia
    • Prenodular Swelling
    • Presbylaryngis
    • Persistent Standin Mucus
    • Reinke's Edema
    • Reinke's Edema and Leukoplakia
    • Reinke's Edema/Hyperkeratosis
    • Reinke's Edema; Polypoid Degeneration
    • Reinke's Edema Smokers Polyp
    • Rotated and Omega Shaped Epiglottis
    • RTVF Polyp
    • Severe Dysplasia
    • Severe Polypoid Degeneration in Adult Female
    • Subglottic Phonation
    • Varix; LPR
    • Varix LPR and LTVF Prominence
    • Ventricular Compression
    • Vocal Fold Polyp/Generalized Edema/LPR
    • Posterior Web
    • Web and Papilloma
    • Web Polyp and Leukoplakia
    • Web Post Multiple Sugrical Removal of Papilloma
  • Still Images


Chapter 6 Neurological

  • Video Clips
    • Bilateral Abductor Paralysis
    • Bowing and Hyprofunction in PD; LPR
    • Bowing and AP, Lateral Compresion
    • Bowing Small Pinpoint Polyp and Ectasia
    • LTVF Bowing and Paresis
    • Essential Tremor
    • Hypofunction due to PD and LPR
    • Laryngeal Tremor/Bowing
    • LTVF Adductor Paralysis
    • LTVF Adductor Paralysis
    • Post Thyroplasty, LTVF
    • Unilateral Abductor Paralysis/LPR
    • Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
    • Vocal Fold Paralysis
    • Paresis
    • Tremor and Pre- Post- Granuloma


Chapter 8 Surgical

  • Video Clips
    • C02 Laser Excision of Bilateral Squamous Cell
    • Microlaryngoscopy Surgical Removal of Vocal Nodules
    • Reinke's Microflap Procedure
    • Post Op Laryngeal Exam Reikne's Edema
    • Surgical Removal of Papilloma
  • Pre and Post Thyroplasty Surgery
  • Phonosurgical Images


Head & Neck Cancer

  • Video Clips
    • Base of Tongue and Epiglottic Cancer
    • Head & Neck Cancer
    • Leukoplakia Hyperkeratosis
    • Post Cordotomy
    • Superaglottic Tumor


High Speed Video

  • Video Clips
    • B&W Video at 4000fps
    • Color High Speed Video with Onset and Offset Shown
    • Glissando Phonation
    • Glottal Fry
    • Loud Breathy Onset
    • Normal 4000fps
    • Rough Voice with Aperiodicity

About The Authors

Christine Sapienza

Christine Sapienza, PhD, CCC-SLP, serves as the Dean of the Jacksonville University, Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences. Previously, Dr. Sapienza was a longstanding tenured professor and chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Florida, as well as a research career scientist at the Brain Rehabilitation Research Center at the Malcom Randall Veterans Administration Hospital. As a principal investigator of National Institutes of Health grants, VA Research Rehabilitation Research and Development Awards, and a M.J. Fox Foundation grant, Dr. Sapienza has provided extensive mentoring to 16 doctoral students, all of whom have contributed back to academics and clinical service. She has built a strong national and international reputation for expertise in the design and implementation of larger scale randomized clinical trials examining treatments as well as the careful reporting of peer-reviewed outcomes from these studies. Dr. Sapienza methodically disseminates this information to the scientific community at large in the form of invited presentations, workshops, and clinical teaching platforms. Through writing, she works to integrate research findings in journal articles, textbooks, and clinical manuals. As a frequent contributor to patient support groups she aspires to assist patients and caregivers as they navigate available treatments and emerging science. Most recently, Dr. Sapienza was selected as Jacksonville's Women of Influence.


Bari Hoffman Ruddy

Bari Hoffman Ruddy, PhD, CCC-SLP, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and jointly appointed as Associate Professor, Internal Medicine at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Hoffman Ruffy serves as research partner to the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute and Director of the Center for Voice Care and Swallowing Disorders at the Ear Nose Throat and Plastic Surgery Associates. She has worked clinically in this setting for more than 18 years treating individuals with voice and upper airway disorders specializing in pediatric, professional and neurogenic populations, along with individuals undergoing treatment for head and neck cancer. Dr. Hoffman Ruddy received her doctoral degree from the University of Florida in 2001. Her current research involves studying novel treatment technologies and biomechanical mechanisms for disorders of laryngeal function while defining the high impact on quality of life factors. She implements 3-D computer modeling of upper and lower airway function, coping strategies of individuals with dysphonia and respiratory muscle strength paradigms in a variety of patient groups. Dr. Hoffman Ruddy has a significant record of peer-reviewed publications, authorship of multiple textbooks, and actively lectures across the country on these topics. In recognition of her contributions to teaching, research, and service, she has received numerous awards within her University and state association.

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