Nonorganic voice disorder

A persistent voice change found not to be infectious, irritative, neurogenic, or the result of drug side effect. Instead, this represents a behavioral disturbance that may be associated with [intlink id=”480″ type=”post”]secondary gain[/intlink]. Often the vocal phenomenology of this sort of voice change is stereotypical and predictable in its manifestations; it is most often seen in young women.

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