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And after her vicious attack, she is also suffering from aphonia and amnesia.
Unlike Julietta, Tom is able to dramatise his own history as one marked by psychogenic aphonia rather than deafness.
The hysteric's symptoms of amnesia and aphonia also prevent her from attaining a voice with which to protest against the injustices inflicted upon her.
Sibony offers the narrative of an Arab migrant boy's aphonia and his "cure," as a case where Sibony, on the abyssal see-saw of transference/responsibility - in this case with a child who would not respond - was witness to the emergence of French speech parasitically to a conversation between Sibony and the boy's mother about, among other things, the lack of coverage for circumcision by French Social Security:
Phonatory symptoms included hoarseness, vocal fatigue, vocal straining, lump sensation, and aphonia.
Changes in the larynx leads to hoarseness of voice and may lead to complete aphonia.
The aim was to assess vocal symptoms such as hoarseness, vocal fatigue, and aphonia, while also analyzing fundamental frequency, habitual pitch, relative average perturbation, shimmer, and maximum phonation time.
He experienced a gradual loss in volume of speech, with complete aphonia developing in 15 to 20 minutes, but did not have respiratory difficulty.
Theory of Media Discrimination and Theory of Media Aphonia demonstrate that economic and political power lead the media to neglect the fairness in communication and at the same time lose functions of surveillance and warning.
Psychologist Butcher and speech and language therapists Lesley Cavali and Annie Elis, all practicing in Britain, begin by explaining how to recognize dsyphonia or aphonia caused wholly or in part by psychological or emotional conflict.
Medical history and physical examination of Alexander the Great Patient characteristics Medical history Clinical symptoms Male Ten years before Escalating fever death, traveled widely associated with chills (Mediterranean, North Africa, and Middle East) Born in Macedonia Unexplained fever Excessive thirst, 5 years previously diaphoresis 32 years of age Penetrating right Acute abdominal pain chest wound one year before final illness Soldier Onset of final illness Single episode of back May 29, 323 BC pain at onset of fever Heavy drinking Death June 10, 323 BC Increased weakness leading to prostration with intermittent periods of energy Frequent bathing Delirium Married to many wives Aphonia One son Terminal flaccid paralysis