Evaluation of professional singers
Journal/Book: Otolaryngol Clin North Am. 2000; 33: 923-56.
Abstract: Professional voice users present interesting challenges for laryngologists and speech-language pathologists. Many of these patients place olympic demands on their voices and must meet standards of near- perfection to succeed as vocal artists. Through systematic treatment combining the traditional art of medicine with modern technology, the physician should generally be able to care for the premier voice professional. The expertise gained improves the standard of care for all voice patients.
Keyword(s): Human. Medical History Taking. Music. Occupations. Voice Disorders/diagnosis/etiology. Voice Quality