Objective and subjective changes in voice quality after radiotherapy for early (T1 or T2, N0) laryngeal cancer: A pilot prospective cohort study
Head & Neck, 03/26/2012Adams G et al.
The pilot study shows that it is possible to collect prospective voice quality data. There are both subjective and objective improvements in voice that persist to at least 2 years after radiotherapy. The authors propose the use of the methods described here to study voice outcomes in a lager cohort of patients treated with both surgery and radiotherapy.
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