Chronic Hoarseness in American Indian School-aged Children

Nov 15th, 1999 | By | Category: 11-2: Teacher Education, Research
By Bridget L. Francisco and Dr. John Torgerson

This study was launched to verify observations made of the American Indian population, who appeared to demonstrate a high incidence of chronic hoarseness. Although hoarseness is common, the literature describes this group of people as being soft spoken. Thus the number of voice disorders is typically underestimated as the result of the lack of identification and referral from parents and teachers. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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