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Indian J Psychiatry. 2002 Oct-Dec; 44(4): 380–381.
PMCID: PMC2955313

USE OF FARADIC STIMULI IN A CASE OF RECURRENT HYSTERICIAL APHONIA

Abstract

Hysterical aphonia is characterized by abrupt loss of voice without neurological or laryngeal cause and is preceded by conflicts or other stressor. This case report describes the use offaradic stimuli in a case of recurrent hysterical aphonia.

Keywords: Faradic stimuli, hysterical aphonia

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