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Licensee OAPL (UK) 2014. Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY) Biomechanical measurements of vocal fold elasticity
Introduction Accurate characterization of the elastic properties of vocal fold tissue is important in phonosurgical correction of vocal fold pathology and development of physiologic phonation models. This paper examines the work to date attempting to characterize the elastic response of the vocal fold tissue, focusing on three commonly used biomechanical testing modalities in the field: longitudinal elongation, linear skin rheometry, and microindentation. It is hoped that a thorough review offatcat:nvdawcubnjacdlrdtfk3trilbi