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'''Dysphonia''' or '''voice disorder''' is the medical term for any language dysfunction reflecting difficulties in producing speech sounds or other [[phonation]] disorders. It is considered much less severe than [[aphonia]].
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'''Dysphonia''' or '''voice disorder''' is the medical term for any language dysfunction reflecting difficulties in producing speech sounds or other [[phonation disorders]]. It is considered much less severe than [[aphonia]].
   
 
==Common types of dysphonia==
 
==Common types of dysphonia==
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* organic dysphonia
 
* organic dysphonia
 
*functional dysphonia
 
*functional dysphonia
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* [[Developmental language disorder]]
 
* [[Developmental language disorder]]
 
* [[Dysphagia]]
 
* [[Dysphagia]]
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* [[Laryngeal disorders]]
 
* [[Puberty#Voice change|voice change in boys]]
 
* [[Puberty#Voice change|voice change in boys]]
 
* [[Speech disorder]]
 
* [[Speech disorder]]

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Name of Symptom/Sign:
Dysphonia
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ICD-10 R49.0
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ICD-9 784.49
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Dysphonia or voice disorder is the medical term for any language dysfunction reflecting difficulties in producing speech sounds or other phonation disorders. It is considered much less severe than aphonia.

Common types of dysphonia

Associated conditions (incomplete list)

Causes

Some medical conditions affect the production of speech. These include

See also

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