Can voice disorders matter as much as life-threatening comorbidities to patients' general health?

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Summary of "Can voice disorders matter as much as life-threatening comorbidities to patients' general health?"

National initiatives and funding agencies may deprioritize voice disorders relative to conditions such as malignancy, pulmonary, or cardiac disease. It is unknown whether the impact of voice problems is outweighed by other potentially more serious disease states. Our objective was thus to quantify the extent to which voice contributes to general health status when adjusting for concurrent, more life-threatening comorbidities.


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Name: The Laryngoscope
ISSN: 1531-4995


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