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This video gives an example of a patient who had been having a voice problem for several months. The clinician discovered that her voice problem was a nonorganic voice disorder, also called functional dysphonia. This kind of disorder is caused not by any abnormality of the larynx’s physical structures, but instead by an abnormal use of those physical structures.

In this video, you will see what the larynx looks like when a person with this kind of disorder makes voice, you will hear the clinician beginning to coax out the patient’s normal voice, and you will hear the patient learning to control this re-discovered normal voice.

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Functional Dysphonia (Nonorganic): A Cause for Unexplained Voice Loss