The second edition of neurologic disorders of the larynx is a comprehensive reference assembling the clinical knowledge of a multidisciplinary team of experts in the evaluation diagnosis and treatment of laryngeal dysfunction divided into three main sections the book opens with a review of basic physiologic concepts covering relevant anatomy neural innervation and electrophysiology. Neurologic voice disorders the etiologies of neurological voice disorders are varied any damage or disease of the components of the peripheral or central nervous system that control laryngeal function can affect voice production. Objectivesi review the literature on management of neurologic disorders of the larynxmethodsi reviewed the literature on laryngeal physiology clinical evaluation of laryngeal function and the clinical presentation and treatment of neurologic disorders that frequently affect the larynxresultslaryngeal function is complex as this organ is . Neurological disorders should be followed by neurologists the variety of neurological disorders of the larynx require specific patient evaluation to determine management options which can range from voice therapy to office based or operating room procedures to improve an affected voice. Neurologic disorders of the laryngopharynx are largely disorders of function and therefore movement rather than anatomy and may result from a focal disease process or present as a local manifestation of a systemic disorder
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