Despite time constraints, a voice clinic is a unique environment to collect rich and vast information related to vocal fold pathologies. In this paper, the instruments and protocols in use at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh are described. Biographical, aetiological, acoustic, electroglottographic, and endoscopic data from about 180 patients are already recorded and partially stored in personal computer multimedia file formats (.wav, .bmp, and .avi) integrated in an MS-ACCESS® database. This information is used for medical diagnosis and research purposes.
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