alexa Abstract | Puberphonia Conservative approach A review

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Abstract

Puberphonia is persistence of adolescent voice after puberty in the absence of organic cause. This common condition is seen in males. These patients have a high pitched voice. This article attempts to review published literature on this topic with specific focus on conservative management. This condition is also considered to be a psychogenic voice disorder. Conservative management has met with excellent success. Conservative management modalities for this condition ranges from voice therapy to laryngeal manipulation.

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Author(s): Balasubramanian Thiagarajan

 
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