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    Spasmodic Dysphonia (SD) is commonly misdiagnosed due to its similarity’s to other voice disorders. Numerous people go to the doctor because of this reason thinking they might have a severe cold or something in that nature. Patients with SD start out with either an immediate or slow onset of trouble speaking, interruptions of breathy pauses in their voice during production of specific sounds or words. It is also reported that they feel like it takes a lot more time and effort to speak than normal

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    is can help the victim's and everyone who knows them. People with Dystonia are different then people without it because thay are sometimes not able to do the same physical activities. For example a "normal" person can drive a car, a person with spasmodic torticollis, a form of dystonia that affects the neck and shoulders, might have dystonia so badly that they can't watch the road long enough to control the car. Whom does Dystonia affect? Around half a million people suffer from Dystonia in

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    Fluency is defined as “the continuity, smoothness, rate, and/or effort with which phonologic, lexical, morphologic, and/or syntactic language units are spoken.” (ASHA) That is, fluency shows one’s proficiency in a language. If someone is learning a new language he will not be fluent. However, a mother tongue is fluent. The speaker knows sufficient information about the language to allow him to speak in fast, rich language. Fluency disorders are disruptive in the fluency of speech. Their characteristics

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