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Stem pp 65-73 | Cite as

Ontwikkeling en veroudering van de stem

december 1999
  • H.F.M. Peters
  • R. Bastiaanse
  • J. Van Borsel
  • P.H.O. Dejonckere
  • K. Jansonius-Schultheiss
  • Sj. Van der Meulen
  • B.J.E. Mondelaers

Samenvatting

Niet alleen de stem evolueert gedurende de kinderjaren, ook de anatomie en de bouw van de stembanden is in het begin verschillend van de volgroeide larynx (Wind 1970; Hirano e.a., 1983; Aronson, 1985).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H.F.M. Peters
  • R. Bastiaanse
  • J. Van Borsel
  • P.H.O. Dejonckere
  • K. Jansonius-Schultheiss
  • Sj. Van der Meulen
  • B.J.E. Mondelaers

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