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_____   E D I T O R I A L   _____

Dear Friends, I have the great honor to succeed to Marie-Claude Monfrais-Pfauwadel and Jean-Paul Marie as President of our society. Being a medical ORL, I steered this congress towards fundamentals: Sounds then the word that will give birth to speech and language, then meaning. As is commonly being said, I am the product of immigration and living in France since the age of two, raised and educated in two cultures. I was meant to be an engineer-architect, accepted at the «Ecole Supérieure d’Arts et Industrie» of Strasbourg. I declined the offer less than a week before the start of the academic year to study medicine, with a mind set on music. A whole agenda...
At first Parisian, student at the Cochin Hospital, the medical competitions made me ... Immigrate to the country side. It was with Pr Legent and Beauvillain in Nantes that I learned ENT. My total appreciation. Music and phoniatrics came later. Phoniatrics because my predecessor had left the service and left in his office a camera, an Atmos strobe ... the teachers did the rest; Lise, Yves, Marie-Claude, Virginie, Jocelyne, Bruno ... I forget some... Thanks to all of you.
Music… I literally jumped into multiculturalism and multilingualism. Music and singing, classical, traditional Breton, Oriental, Jazz, Indian, etc ... And the interaction with artists of all nationalities.
I am neither a linguist, a sociologist, a psychologist, nor will I dare into a domain outside my field. And yet, it is within these spheres that we will venture, so I have surrounded myself with the necessary competences. Planche, Brejon and Ferré will share the results of their reflection on the implication of multilingualism and its consequences in the development and evaluation of language disorders or their implications in the manifestations of stuttering.
The vocal apparatus remains an organ, noble indeed, but what would it be without thought? Explorations and techniques of repair, medical or surgical, more and more elaborate are paradoxically similar regardless of cultures, languages, countries.
These means, diffused and shared by the «lectures» of this congress, aspire to the same goal: To maintain an organ in the best possible state, in order to express our thoughts by speech, each according to its origin, by language and intent to communicate.
Fascinated by the incredible phoniatric and cerebral adaptations, illustrated by the multitude of sounds produced according to where one comes from, where one lives, in a pathological context or not, and always meaningful, I would like a testimony of this wealth shared in our Congress. Isn’t it not this universality of communication through speech, language, gesture, graphic, song or gaze and emotion one of the fundamental reasons for our passion for phoniatry?
I would like to thank our roundtable guests, all the speakers and especially those who, despite the fact that the communications were free, played the game by proposing quality communications, committing rightly to the theme. Omar TALEB

o CONTENT of current Issue N# 5 - 2015 o


Dynamic palatography: Diagnostic tool for dysfunc­tional swallowing? Feasibility study
Vatin L, Lagier A, Legou T, Galant C, Arnaud-Pellet M-N, Hadj Said M, Cheynet F, Chossegros C, Giovanni A. (Marseille)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:181-184.
Downloadable PDF document in french

Therapeutic education of total laryngectomy patients: Influence of social factors
Woisard V, Galtier A, Baumann L, Delpierre C, Puech M, Balaguer M. (Toulouse)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:171-179.
Downloadable PDF document in french

Dysphonia in children: Retrospective and comparative study between the late 1980s and today
Ruiz Y Orive D, Sicaud S, Coulombeau B, Perouse R. (Lyon)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:185-192.
Downloadable PDF document in french

The Bell Labs contributions to (singing) voice enginee­ring
Vincent C. (Paris)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:193-196.
Downloadable PDF document in french

Implications of multilingualism in the manifestations of stuttering
Brejon Teitler N. (Tours)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:203-208.
Downloadable PDF document in french

Prosthetics gains and satisfaction in patients paired with hearing aids in international center in Abidjan
Mobio MNA, Ilé S, Yavo N, Koffi-Aka V, Kouassi-Ndjeundo J, Tea B. (Abidjan)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:197-202.
Downloadable PDF document in french


Monolingualism, an overlooked multilingual?
Vincent E. (Paris)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:213-215.
Downloadable PDF document in french



Ref. : REV LARYNGOL OTOL RHINOL. 2015;136,5:169-220.

Put sound, but the sense, the multilinguisms
Taleb O. (Lorient)
Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,5:209-212.

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