Speech After Laryngectomy Research Article
Research Article  |   September 01, 1946
Speech After Laryngectomy
 
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  • This paper has been written with the purpose in mind of providing the patient about to undergo a laryngectomy with an explanation, couched in lay terms, of the speech problems which will confront him post-operatively.
    This paper has been written with the purpose in mind of providing the patient about to undergo a laryngectomy with an explanation, couched in lay terms, of the speech problems which will confront him post-operatively.×
    The three authors are all on the staff of the State University of Iowa. Jack L. Bangs (M.A., Univ. Washington) is a Research Assistant in the Department of Speech; D. M. Lierle (M.D., Univ. Iowa) is Professor and Head of Oral Surgery and Otolaryngology, University Hospitals; and C. R. Strother (Ph.D., Univ. Iowa) is Associate Professor of Speech Pathology and Psychology.
    The three authors are all on the staff of the State University of Iowa. Jack L. Bangs (M.A., Univ. Washington) is a Research Assistant in the Department of Speech; D. M. Lierle (M.D., Univ. Iowa) is Professor and Head of Oral Surgery and Otolaryngology, University Hospitals; and C. R. Strother (Ph.D., Univ. Iowa) is Associate Professor of Speech Pathology and Psychology.×
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Research Articles
Research Article   |   September 01, 1946
Speech After Laryngectomy
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1946, Vol. 11, 171-176. doi:10.1044/jshd.1103.171
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1946, Vol. 11, 171-176. doi:10.1044/jshd.1103.171
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