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Neurological Diseases (ND) are affecting larger segments of aging population every year. Treatment is dependent on expensive accurate and frequent monitoring. It is well known that ND leave correlates in speech and phonation. The present work shows a method to detect alterations in vocal fold tension during phonation. These may appear either as hypertension or as cyclical tremor. Estimations of tremor may be produced by autoregressive modeling of the vocal fold tension series in sustaineddoi:10.1109/icdsp.2013.6622735 dblp:conf/icdsp/VildaLBMMMMFR13 fatcat:ubvszhuiwrb4zn6z3mvpuwc2xm