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Bronquiolitis obliterante post infecciosa: Nuevos desafíos para el pediatra neumólogo Postinfectious bronchiolitis obliterans: New challenges for pneumologist pediatricians
Andrés Koppntann Attoni
Revista Chilena de Enfermedades Respiratorias , 2009,
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Discrimina o fonêmica, processamento auditivo e reflexo acústico em crian as com desenvolvimento de fala normal e desviante
Tiago Mendon?a Attoni
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342010000300028
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Investiga??o e análise do reflexo acústico contralateral em crian?as com desvio fonológico
Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Mota, Helena Bolli;
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-86942010000200014
Abstract: much has been studied on the role of the acoustic reflex in the communication process. aim: to examine the responses of the contralateral acoustic reflex in children with normal hearing and phonological disorders. to investigate the relationship of the level of severity of phonological disorder. to measure the chances of it affecting all the frequencies tested. materials and methods: the study was based on the analysis of medical charts from 70 children with phonological disorders, and 24 females and 46 males, aged between 5 and 7 years. audiological tests were analyzed to exclude children with hearing loss, evaluation of the contralateral acoustic reflex and the level of severity of phonological disorder. study design: prospective. results: all children showed change in the contralateral acoustic reflex. there was no significant relationship between the level of severity of phonological disorders and changes in the acoustic reflex for both genders. female children showed no statistically significant value in the relationship between the frequencies, except at 500 hz. male children had more significant relationship in the association between changes in frequencies tested. conclusion: it is believed that children with phonological disorders exhibit changes in the contralateral acoustic reflex.
Processamento auditivo, reflexo acústico e express?o fonológica
Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Quintas, Victor Gandra;Mota, Helena Bolli;
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-86942010000600014
Abstract: it is thought that a close relationship exists between auditory processing, the acoustic reflex and speech. aim: a retrospective study to evaluate these three aspects in children with and without phonological disorders and seek any relationship among them. material methods: 46 children were enrolled: 24 had normal speech abilities and 22 had phonological disorders. all children underwent auditory processing and acoustic reflex threshold testing. design: cross-sectional contemporary. results: auditory processing and acoustic reflex thresholds were abnormal in all children with phonological disorders. this was not the case in children with normal speech development. conclusion: changes in the auditory processing and acoustic reflex thresholds are closely related to speech difficulties.
Avalia??o do processamento auditivo e da discrimina??o fonêmica em crian?as com desenvolvimento fonológico normal e desviante
Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Quintas, Victor Gandra;Mota, Helena Bolli;
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-86942010000600015
Abstract: auditory processing and phonemic discrimination are essential for communication. type of study: retrospective. aim: to evaluate auditory processing and phonemic discrimination in children with normal and disordered phonological development. material and methods: an evaluation of 46 children was carried out: 22 had phonological disorders and 24 had normally developing speech. diotic , monotic and dichotic tests were applied to assess auditory processing and a test to evaluate phonemic discrimination abilities. design: cross-sectional, contemporary. results: the values of normally-developing children were within the normal range in all auditory processing tests; these children attained maximum phonemic discrimination test scores. children with phonological disorders performed worse in the latter, and presented disordered auditory processing. conclusion: auditory processing and phonemic discrimination in children with phonological disorders are altered.
Processamento auditivo em crian?as com fala normal e desviante
Quintas, Victor Gandra;Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Keske-Soares, Márcia;Mezzomo, Carolina Lisb?a;
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1808-86942010000600009
Abstract: phonological speech disorders are characterized by abnormal development towards the adult target pattern; its etiology is unknown. it is thought the this condition results from auditory processing disorders involving the abilities required for human beings to understand what is heard. aim: to investigate the relationship between auditory processing and the acquisition of disordered or normal speech, drawing comparisons between these profiles. material and method: a prospective, contemporary, cross-sectional study comprising a sample of 44 subjects aged 5 to 7 years; two groups were formed: a study group (sg) comprising children with disordered speech acquisition, and a control group (cg) consisting of children with normal speech acquisition. a simplified evaluation of auditory processing was undertaken: the psi test in portuguese; the speech-in-noise test; the binaural fusion test; the dichotic digit test; and the staggered spondaic word test (ssw). results: there was a statistically significant difference between the two groups; the sg scored worse than the cg in all the tests. the psi test only - with a 100% success rate - scored equally in both groups. conclusion: auditory processing may affect speech development.
Processamento auditivo e consciência fonológica em crian?as com aquisi??o de fala normal e desviante
Quintas, Victor Gandra;Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Keske-Soares, Márcia;Mezzomo, Carolina Lisb?a;
Pró-Fono Revista de Atualiza??o Científica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-56872010000400023
Abstract: background: auditory processing (ap) and phonological awareness (pa) in children with and without phonological disorders. aim: to compare the performance of children with and without phonological disorders in a pa test; to verify the possible relationship between performances in distinct tasks of this test with the performance in the ap evaluation. method: participants were 44 children with and without the diagnosis of phonological disorder, aged between 5:0 and 7:0 years, of both genders. after speech samples were gathered, subjects were divided into two groups: a study group (sg), composed by children with phonological disorders, and a control group (cg) with children without phonological disorders. pa was assessed through the protocol task awareness test (ptat), and through the simplified ap evaluation (screening) - disyllabic change - staggered spondaic word (ssw), dichotic listening test and the binaural fusion test. results: in both pa and ap assessments, children of the cg obtained better results. when correlating the results of ap and pa, a greater number of correlations were observed for the sg. conclusion: a significant relationship between the performance in the ap evaluation and success in pa tasks exists for children with phonological disorders.
A generaliza??o estrutural silábica no tratamento do desvio fonológico
Ceron, Marizete Ilha;Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Quintas, Victor Gandra;Keske-Soares, Márcia;
Revista CEFAC , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462010005000036
Abstract: purpose: to analyze the structural generalization syllabic treatment. methods: the sample consisted of seven subjects, aged 4:0 to 7:0 years old and selected from a sample database at the center for the study of language and speech (celf) located at an institution university.the subjects selected had undergone speech therapy evaluations, presented only change the phonological level (a1), which had taken place during the composition of the database. patients were subsequently treated with the / r / in the medial onset abab-withdrawal and multiple probes by a cycle of nine therapeutic sessions during nine weeks. for the analysis of structural generalization syllabic, we compared the data of the phonological system obtained in the initial phonological and proof of generalization 1 (pg1). results: s1 would go through two goals, but was generalization in only one, the s2 was not generalization in either targets set, the s3 and s4 walked the four goals that would be displayed, and s5 toured the 3 goals. conclusion: the analysis has shown in detail the goals of generalization.
O processamento auditivo e a combina??o de tra?os distintivos na aquisi??o de fala em crian?as com desvios fonológicos
Quintas, Victor Gandra;Attoni, Tiago Mendon?a;Keske-Soares, Márcia;Mezzomo, Carolina Lisb?a;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-80342011000200010
Abstract: purpose: to investigate the relationship between auditory abilities and combinations of distinctive features present in the speech of children with phonological disorders. methods: participants were 22 children diagnosed with phonological disorders, of both genders, with ages between 5 and 7 years. speech data were gathered using the phonological assessment of children. the combination of features was observed through the implicational model complexity of traces (mict). the acquired features considered a correct production above 80%. the following tests were also applied: simplified auditory processing evaluation (screening), staggered spondaix word test (ssw), dichotic listening test, binaural fusion test, speech-in-noise test, and pediatric speech intelligibility (psi). results: all children had 100% success in the psi. in the binaural fusion and speech-in-noise tests, as well as in the screening, subjects also had high averages. the ssw and the dichotic listening test showed low scores. the combination of features that was more affected was [+approximant,+continuous], which is in the composition of the phoneme /r/, followed by [coronal,+continuous]/(-front), which compose the phonemes /?,?/. conclusion: the results obtained in the ssw and dichotic listening test showed a deficit in the abilities of complex temporal order and figure-ground, as well as lagged sensorial memory. these deficits might jeopardize the acquisition of the features described.
A generaliza o estrutural silábica no tratamento do desvio fonológico Generalization of syllabic structure in the treatment of phonological disorders
Marizete Ilha Ceron,Tiago Mendon?a Attoni,Victor Gandra Quintas,Márcia Keske-Soares
Revista CEFAC , 2011,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: analisar a generaliza o estrutural silábica no tratamento realizado. MéTODOS: a amostra constituiu-se de sete sujeitos, com idades de 4:0 e 7:0 anos, selecionados através do banco de dados da amostra do Centro de Estudos da Linguagem e Fala (CELF) de uma institui o de ensino superior. Os sujeitos selecionados haviam passado por avalia es fonoaudiológicas, apresentando altera o somente no nível fonológico (A1), que havia sido realizada durante a composi o do banco de dados. Os pacientes foram posteriormente tratados com o /r/ em Onset Medial pelo Modelo ABAB-Retirada e Provas Múltiplas, por um ciclo de nove sess es terapêuticas, durante nove semanas. Para a análise da generaliza o estrutural silábica, foram comparados os dados do sistema fonológico obtidos na avalia o fonológica inicial e na Prova de Generaliza o 1 (PG1). RESULTADOS: o S1 percorreria duas metas, mas houve generaliza o em apenas uma; o S2 n o houve generaliza o em nenhuma das duas metas indicadas; o S3 e o S4 percorreram as quatro metas que seriam indicadas, e o S5 percorreu as 3 metas propostas. CONCLUS O: a análise permitiu verificar de forma detalhada as metas de generaliza o. PURPOSE: to analyze the structural generalization syllabic treatment. METHODS: the sample consisted of seven subjects, aged 4:0 to 7:0 years old and selected from a sample database at the Center for the Study of Language and Speech (CELF) located at an institution university.The subjects selected had undergone speech therapy evaluations, presented only change the phonological level (A1), which had taken place during the composition of the database. Patients were subsequently treated with the / r / in the Medial Onset ABAB-Withdrawal and Multiple Probes by a cycle of nine therapeutic sessions during nine weeks. For the analysis of structural generalization syllabic, we compared the data of the phonological system obtained in the initial phonological and Proof of Generalization 1 (PG1). RESULTS: S1 would go through two goals, but was generalization in only one, the S2 was not generalization in either targets set, the S3 and S4 walked the four goals that would be displayed, and S5 toured the 3 goals. CONCLUSION: the analysis has shown in detail the goals of generalization.
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