· Speech and language disorders Articles Acalculia Agnosia Agraphia Alexia Anosognosia Aphasia Articulation disorders Dysarthria Dyslexia Dysphasia Dysphonia Echolalia Elective mutism Glossolalia Language delay Language disorders Mutism Prosopagnosia Reading disabilities Retarded speech development Speech anxiety Speech disorders Stuttering This box: view • talk • edit Name of Symptom/Sign: Dysphonia [[Image:{{{Image}}}|190px|center|]] ICD-10 R49.0 ICD-O: {{{ICDO}}} ICD-9 784.49 OMIM {{{OMIM}}} MedlinePlus {{{MedlinePlus}}} eMedicine {{{eMedicineSubj}}}/{{{eMedicineTopic}}} DiseasesDB {{{DiseasesDB}}} Dysphonia or voice disorder is the medical term for any language dysfunction reflecting difficulties in producing speech sounds or other phonation disorders. It is considered much less severe than aphonia.  Contents 1 Common types of dysphonia 2 Associated conditions (incomplete list) 3 Causes 4 See also 5 External links Common types of dysphonia organic dysphonia functional dysphonia Puberphonia Puberum dysphonia Spasmodic dysphonia Associated conditions (incomplete list) Laryngitis Gastroesophageal reflux disease Vocal cord nodules Reinke's Edema (Smoking) Laryngeal Cancer Myasthenia gravis Hypothyroidism Hyperthyroidism Sinusitis Lung cancer Juvenile dermatomyositis Laryngeal papillomatosis Causes Some medical conditions affect the production of speech. These include Chorditis Nodule (vocal fold nodules) Cyst (vocal fold cysts) Reinke's Edema Spasmodic dysphonia Foreign accent syndrome Bogart-Bacall Syndrome See also Aphasia Developmental language disorder Dysphagia Laryngeal disorders voice change in boys Speech disorder Speech therapy Vocal cords External links VoiceInfo.org Voice Index at VoiceInfo.org Pediatric ENT WrongDiagnosis Marshall NetDoctor [1] v·d·e Symptoms and signs: Speech and voice / Symptoms involving head and neck (R47–R49, 784) Acute Aphasias Expressive aphasia · Receptive aphasia · Conduction aphasia · Anomic aphasia · Global aphasia · Transcortical sensory aphasia · Transcortical motor aphasia · Mixed transcortical aphasia Progressive Aphasias Progressive nonfluent aphasia · Semantic dementia · Logopenic progressive aphasia Other speech disturbances Speech disorder · Apraxia of speech · Auditory verbal agnosia · Dysarthria · Schizophasia · Aprosodia/Dysprosody Specific language impairment · Thought disorder · Pressure of speech · Derailment · Clanging · Circumstantiality Symbolic dysfunctions Developmental dyslexia/Alexia · Agnosia (Astereognosis, Prosopagnosia, Visual agnosia) ·Gerstmann syndrome · Developmental dyspraxia/Apraxia (Ideomotor apraxia) · Dyscalculia/Acalculia · Agraphia Voice disturbances Dysphonia/Aphonia Other Auditory processing disorder · Headache · Post-nasal drip This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors).

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