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What is a class 1 occlusion?
normal dental arch relationship although the teeth may be misalligned
What is class 2 maloclussion?
abnormal dental arch where the macillary arch is protrusive and too far in front of the mandibular arch
What is class 3 malocclusion?
the maxillary arch is retusive and too far behind the mandibular arch
autosomal recessive
traits that manifest only when the trait present in both copies of a gene
palatoglossus
paired muscles that act antagonistically to the levator veli palatini to depress the velum or elevate the tongue
adductor spasmodic dysphonia
resluts in a hyperfunctional voice- strang strangled quality
abductor spasmodic dysphonia
aphonia, involuntary breaks, breathy phonation
muscle tension dysphonia
a speech diagnosis caused by stiffness of the neck, jaw, shoulders and throat. Laryngeal images reveal excessive laryngeal tension due to medial compression or anterior/posterior glottic constriction. Stress or other personal issues may cause this disorder. Symptoms include dysphonia, vocal fatigue and loss of pitch and loudness range.
Hirano's body cover theory
Five layers present different properties of vibratory mass. Often they are grouped into 3 divisions. cover(epethilium and superficial layer of the lamina propria); transition (intermediate and deep layers of the lamina propria) and body (vocalis muscle)
vocal hygiene therapy
1. identify the traumatic behavior
2. describe the effects
3. define specific occurrences
4. modify the behavior