Response to "velopharyngeal dysfunction: speech characteristics, variable etiologies, evaluation techniques, and differential treatments" by Dworkin, Marunick, and Krouse, October 2004.

Lang Speech Hear Serv Sch 2006 Jul;37(3):236-8; author reply 239-43

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