Vocal Cords

Some articles on vocal cords, vocal:

Stop Consonant - Classification - Aspiration
... In aspirated stops, the vocal cords (vocal folds) are abducted at the time of release ... stop (a stop followed by a vowel or sonorant), the time when the vocal cords begin to vibrate will be delayed until the vocal folds come together enough for voicing to ... In tenuis stops, the vocal cords come together for voicing immediately following the release, and there is little or no aspiration (a voice onset time close to zero) ...
ICD-10 Chapter X: Diseases Of The Respiratory System - J00–J99 – Diseases of The Respiratory System - (J30–J39) Other Diseases of Upper Respiratory Tract
... J37.0) Chronic laryngitis (J37.1) Chronic laryngotracheitis (J38) Diseases of vocal cords and larynx, not elsewhere classified (J38.0) Paralysis of vocal cords and larynx (J38.1) Polyp of ...
Mouth Trumpet
... Mouth trumpet is a vocal technique that imitates the sound of the trumpet ... The mouth trumpet sound is produced by using the vocal cords to produce the desired pitch and passing the sound through the lips that are held together with just enough tension so ... squeak (like with the real trumpet) to produce a tone without vocal cords ...
Tracheo-oesophageal Puncture
... The purpose of the puncture is to restore a person’s ability to speak after the vocal cords have been removed ... This vibration creates a sound that serves to replace the sound the vocal cords previously produced ... methods of alaryngeal speech (i e speech without vocal cords) are esophageal speech, and artificial larynx speech ...
Screaming (music) - Health Concerns
... musical screaming have had problems with their throats, voices, vocal cords, and have even experienced major migraines from screaming from being done incorrectly ... altogether, or even undergo surgery due to screaming in harmful ways that damage the vocal cords ... to Last, who had to leave the band as vocalist due to the damage it was causing to his vocal cords, which required surgery to repair ...

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