Main Outcome Measures
List of Abbreviations:F0 (average fundamental frequency), ICC (intraclass correlation coefficient), NHR (noise-to-harmonic ratio), P/A (penetration/aspiration), RAP (relative average perturbation), SHIM (shimmer percentage), VFSS (videofluoroscopic swallowing study), VTI (voice turbulence index)
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