In these cases there is marked stridor both on inspiration and expiration, but no aphonia.
Both wounds gradually healed; but aphonia—the voice being reduced to a whisper—existed when the man left the regimental hospital.
aphonia is often complete, deglutition impossible, respiration difficult.
The same may be said of feigned insanity, aphonia, deaf-mutism, and loss of memory.
There is no aphonia, a sign so typical of adult and of infantile beriberi, although at times the voice is abnormal and whining.
Each time on her disappearance he had an attack of aphonia, inability to utter a sound of any kind.
If the recurrent laryngeal nerve be compressed, there will be dysphonia or aphonia.
It would cheer me considerably to learn that gobblers occasionally suffer from aphonia or speechlessness.
If aphonia and difficulty of both inspiration and expiration be present at the same time, there is certainly membranous occlusion.
aphonia a·pho·ni·a (ā-fō'nē-ə)
Loss of the voice resulting from disease, injury to the vocal cords, or psychological causes, such as hysteria.