Transgender Voice. Presented by Kelly Pritchard Presented to Rebecca L. Gould, MSC, CCC-SLP. Overview. Introduction Surgical Options Behavioral Treatment Guidelines.
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Presented by Kelly Pritchard
Presented to Rebecca L. Gould, MSC, CCC-SLP
Male and female voice differ primarily in their pitch (frequency) and resonance.
The characteristic pitch or fundamental frequency of the male voice ranges from about 100 to 150 Hz and from 170 to 220 Hz for females.
Next, I will attempt to summarize a few surgical voice feminization options.
De Jong (2003) described outcomes in a series of 30 patients, 26 of whom were available for follow-up. Most patients (85%) were satisfied with their results; mean Fund. Freq. increased from 122 Hz to 181 Hz.Follow up studies for CTA
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