Phonatory arrest

A manifestation of [intlink id=”512″ type=”post”]spasmodic dysphonia[/intlink], a part of its [intlink id=”424″ type=”post”]phenomenology[/intlink], in which the voice suddenly “chokes off” in the middle of an intended sound causing a brief instant of silence before the voice starts again.

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