Classic variant spasmodic dysphonia*

Typical, easy-to-diagnose [intlink id=”512″ type=”post”]spasmodic dysphonia[/intlink] in which there are noticeable phonatory arrests – a momentary “cutting out” or “dropping out” of the voice so that a sound of speech or a syllable or word is choked off, in the case of [intlink id=”28″ type=”post”]adductory[/intlink] SD, or drops out to a whisper, in the case of [intlink id=”14″ type=”post”]abductory[/intlink] SD.

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