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Efficacité et apports de la voix chantée dans la prise en soins de la dysphonie dans le cadre de la maladie de Parkinson

Abstract : Today, few studies focus on dysphonia in Parkinson's disease. Often compare with dysarthria and with decrease of intelligibility, it is, however, a full disorder, frequent and impacting the patients’s everyday life. Singing voice is also a tool increasingly used as a therapeutic tool, which benefits are reported in the literature, both physiologically and psychologically. This study seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of speech therapy in singing voice on dysphonia in Parkinson' s disease. The aims are to compare an intervention by singing with a traditional intervention and this through a subjective and objective analysis. In order to, a 15-week intervention has been proposed to two patients with moderate-stage Parkinson's disease. The results suggest that both types of intervention brought benefits to patients. Their vocal handicap has decreased and their vocals acoustics parameters have improved. In general, we can say that early treatment of parkinsonian dysphonia is beneficial to patients. Nevertheless, these results cannot be generalized due to the limited patient sample and the diversity of their vocal profile.
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Mathilde Lefevre. Efficacité et apports de la voix chantée dans la prise en soins de la dysphonie dans le cadre de la maladie de Parkinson. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03282334⟩

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